Chucklefish will be sending out a new update for the Nintendo Switch version of Stardew Valley that will improve one specific aspect of the game that may be annoying players. Right now, the save times for the game are incredibly awkward and take a while to load. Over the weekend, the company loaded up this Tweet showing that the next patch will correct this feature and hopefully give all of you a faster response in the game.
As well as fixing loads of bugs in the upcoming patch, the guys managed to speed up saving on the switch significantly. pic.twitter.com/JQegZGPrIK
— Tiy (@Tiyuri) November 3, 2017
Bear in mind, this is only a simple update and there’s no suggestion that the update will include any new content to the game itself.
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