Stardew Valley 1.2 Update Brings Seven New Languages and Bug Fixes

on April 24, 2017 4:07 PM

ConcernedApe announced today in a devblog that the 1.2 update for Stardew Valley released on PC.

This update adds German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese translations to the game, alongside various bug and control fixes. You can read the full patch notes below:

Patch Notes

  • Translations for German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese.
  • When using a controller, the cursor will snap between menu buttons by default. If you disable that, the cursor will instead accelerate while moving.
  • When using a controller, pressing the back button will skip events that are skippable.
  • Exit to Title has returned.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed lighting shader not covering the whole screen on Mac and Linux.
  • Switching from “Windowed Borderless” to “Fullscreen” should now go straight to fullscreen instead of Windowed mode.
  • Wallpapers and floors no longer have a tile placement indicator showing a random object
  • Increased stability of preference-saving code. This should fix infrequent crashes that require the player to delete startup_preferences.
  • Fixed a crash that can happen when a pig tries to spawn a truffle but there’s no space for it.
  • Fixed a couple of rare crashes that could have occurred at any time during the game.
  • Fixed a typo of the word ‘pronounce’ in the marriage event.
  • Fixed the player not getting the recipe for Cookies if they skip Evelyn’s event.
  • Farming level now affects crop yield prior to level 10

As I mentioned before, this update is currently only available on PC, though it will be coming to consoles soon. Stardew Valley was also recently announced to be coming to the Nintendo Switch, which will also be the first console version to support co-op.

You can check out some screenshots of the game in German and Japanese below. Stardew Valley is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers last year, and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.