launched today on and . This is a re-release of the 2002 PC, Xbox, and GameCube adventure that doesn’t include the multiplayer. But that’s not the only thing developer Aspyr left out of the Switch and PS4 ports. The studio also didn’t include the option to invert the Y-axis for the camera controls. This makes Jedi Knight II unplayable for a significant number of players who play games the correct way.
I reached out to Aspyr about this issue, and . The company acknowledged the problem, and it says it plans to get this fixed quickly.
“We hear you regarding adding aim inversion to the game,” reads the message from Aspyr. “We’re working on an update now, and it should be available on both