Nintendo learns about “near the end” error Metroid dread this leads to the closure of the program and the game.
He is working on a fix to prevent this from happening, which will be available later this month. So what’s the problem? Obviously, if a player destroys a door when a map marker is displayed for that particular door on the map, an error message will appear and the program will shut down.
Here is the full rundown, courtesy of Official Nintendo Support Page:
Refers to: Nintendo Switch Family, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, Nintendo Switch – OLED Model
The information in this article may help if near the end Metroid dread you will receive the message “The program was closed due to an error” and the game is forced to close.
We are aware of an error in Metroid dread a game that prevents the player from continuing the game when the sequence below is followed at the end of the game. We are preparing a software update to prevent this error, which should be available in October 2021.
Towards the end of the game, if a player destroys a door while the map marker for that particular door is displayed on the map, the game is forced to close and the following message appears: “The program was closed due to an error.”
We apologize for any inconvenience caused. If you encounter this error, follow these steps.
What to do: 1. Restart the game, and before proceeding with this sequence, remove the map marker with the door icon to prevent this error from occurring.
2. As soon as the October 2021 software update is available, update the game…
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