Stardew Valley New Patch For Nintendo Switch Adds Video Recording Feature And Fixes Bugs
A number of issues such as crashes and audio crackling have been addressed with the new patch.
Stardew Valley was a well received indie game when it had released on the PC back in early 2016. In fact, demand of the game grew so much that the developers ported it to the Nintendo Switch. In a new official blog post, the game’s developers detailed patch 1.2.36 that has been released for the Nintendo Switch version of the game. This patch also adds in a new video recording feature to the game.
Additionally, the patch provides fixes for a number of bugs such as audio crackling and random crashes. The other big update is that save times are now greatly reduced. While there used to be a lack of vibration in handheld mode, this issue has also been fixed with the new patch.
With the new multiplayer feature that is to be added into the game later, there is a lot to be excited for about the Stardew Valley’s future. You can check out the entire patch notes below.
- Players should see a significant improvement on save times! Also, the saving screen is now animated.
- The new video recording feature is now supported!
- When a controller connects or disconnects, the Controller Support Applet now appears to ask which controller you want to use to play the game, instead of silently switching to the new controller.
- The game now detects Simplified / Traditional Chinese environments on first start up and defaults to the Simplified Chinese localisation instead of English.
- Fixed issue that created the unintended ability to skip saving at night with a well-timed button press.
- Fixed an issue causing the player character (and sometimes important NPCs) to appear off-screen during certain cutscenes.
- Fixed a temporary soft lock that occurred when the player pressed A and B together while eating or drinking an item.
- Fixed a way for players to temporarily lose access to essential tools via the chest interface’s organize button.
- Fixed the Wizard’s slay monster quest sometimes asking you to kill 0 monsters.
- Fixed a crash that sometimes occurred while sleeping (before saving) if any essential tools were not in your inventory at the time.
- Fixed the wrong tooltips sometimes appearing on the bundle interface in the Community Center area.
- Fixed the inability of players to drop items without deleting them when using the cursor mode that snaps to UI elements.
- Morning music is no longer looped endlessly, and now fades out during the day as it should.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when opening the journal with no quests.
- Fixed occasional inability to select certain items in the crafting menu.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when pressing the ‘-‘ button when playing a minigame at the Saloon.
- Fixed button controls for the Prairie King minigame shooting in the wrong direction.
- Fixed occasional left channel audio crackling
- Fixed lack of vibration in handheld mode