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Stardew Valley update 1.5.4 gets here on PC with many bug fixes

Stardew Valley update 1.5.4 gets here on PC with many bug fixes

Stardew Valley update 1.5.4 gets here on PC with many bug fixes

Stardew Valley has actually gotten spot 1.5.4 on PC, with the very same update coming soon for console players. The spot follows the major 1.5 upgrade launched in December, bringing with it a variety of bug fixes, not the least of which is the entire fishing-rod-out-of-head glitch. The patch notes arrive with suitable censors on prospective spoilers for gamers who want to be shocked.

The patch was announced by Stardew Valley designer Eric Barone, who goes by ‘ConcernedApe’ on Twitter. Unlike the 1.5 upgrade, which brought a number of big brand-new changes, this brand-new upgrade focuses on bug fixes. Among other things, the fishing pole no longer seems attached to the player’s head when the gamer catches a treasure chest with several rods in their inventory.

The 1.5.4 patch is out now on PC. It’s a little spot that fixes a few sticking around bugs in 1.5. Patch notes can be discovered here: https://t.co/rwIPRmQa04

— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) January 23, 2021

As well, the spot notes reveal that Lucky Rings will not lose their luck perk overnight, the Tea Sapling has been switched out for a Triple Shot Espresso in the Stardew Valley Fair shop, plus that shop will no longer sell several units of the same random items.

Console players: the upgrade is being submitted to certification today. That can take a variable amount of time so I can’t make any warranty about release date. I still feel that my original estimate of late this month or early next month is likely, though.

— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) January 23, 2021

Maybe sad news for those who delighted in the simple route: the Skull Caves exploit that opened all 120 elevator floorings has been fixed. Some flooring tiles in the Quarry mine no longer spawn items when the gamer uses bombs, and trees won’t grow on top of furnishings anymore.

Some more unusual bugs were likewise repaired, ones you may never have encountered yourself, such as a bug where a charged hoe might break a filled chest and ruin its content if it was placed in a particular method near other chests. There are a couple of modifications that come with spoilers for those who want to avoid them; head over to the spot notes to see them on your own.

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