Stardew Valley Just Received a New Language Update

Are you one of the Stardew Valley players who wish the game was spoken in a different language? You dream just came true as a few new ones were added. Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone posted a brand new update on Steam showing off all the new additions and fixes, chief among them are new language options. You can now play the game in French, Korean, Italian, Hungarian, and Turkish. There's a few more, which we have posted for you below, and one we removed because it was a spoiler. You can read that one here if you want part of Stardew Valley to be spoiled.

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The new languages update (1.3.36) is now live for everyone, and includes a couple of bug fixes.

Changelog:

*Added French, Korean, Italian, Hungarian, and Turkish language support
*Fixes bug where giving a gift to an NPC caused the gift action to happen twice in rapid succession
*Fixes furniture rotation bug for "stools"
*Fixes morning music not being played correctly
*New "About/Credits" menu on title screen

Thanks everyone who helped test out the beta, your feedback was really helpful!

Next up is a big free content update (1.4), that includes lots of new stuff, as well as some really nice quality of life features.

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