Stardew Valley Gains More Language Support in New Update
Stardew Valley was one of my favorite games I played last year and I am happy to see that even more languages will be supported on Steam.
Stardew Valley is one of those games that just puts you in that comfy relaxation mood we all love. It is why I fell in love with the game about a year ago when I finally downloaded it on my Switch. So I am happy to see that the game is getting more language support over on Steam so more people will be able to enjoy this wonderful title.
Over on Steam, the devs pointed out the languages that will now be supported for the game along with a few other fixes as well. French, Korean, Italian, Hungarian, and Turkish languages will now be supported in Stardew Valley on Steam.
The new 1.3.36 update didn’t just include new language options though. A bug where giving a gift to an NPC caused the gift action to happen twice has now been fixed. A Furniture rotation bug for stools has been fixed. Another bug where the morning music doesn’t play correctly has been updated. A new “About/Credits” menu has been put on the title screen. Finally, another bug has been fixed that involves a spoiler so if you would like to see that you can follow the link above to the Steam post. Even though the update might seem minor to some, I am sure someone out there is happy to see that their preferred language is now supported.
Stardew Valley is currently available for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Vita, and Mobile. If you have not picked the game up yourself, I highly recommend it. You can order the game digitally for Switch through Amazon.
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