Square Enix is really keen on getting all the old Final Fantasy games onto Switch as quickly as possible - Final Fantasy IX, for example, dropped on the console last night out of nowhere.
Available now for £16.99/$20.99, it's the same old Final Fantasy IX you've come to know and love. No remastering, no new bells or whistles, just that PS1 classic on your Switch instead.
And... that appears to be causing problems. RPGSite owner Alex Donaldson has already said on Twitter that the Switch port suffers from a lot of the problems that the mobile edition did, including a pretty major audio bug, which is a bit of a shame considering how much Square Enix are expecting you to shell out for it.
Shame to report that FF9 on Switch & Xbox features all the same problems as on PC and mobile - including the music bug that means you can't hear large amounts of the game's excellent, all-timer soundtrack in full. They've had months to fix this. Mess — Alex Donaldson (@APZonerunner) February 14, 2019
Ah well. You could hang on and wait to see if an update comes to fix the issues, or you could just go grab it right now if you can't wait that long. Either way, it's still a pretty good game, even if its ports don't handle it very well.