Stardew Valley arrived on the Nintendo Switch in October, and came with a few glaring issues that made playing it more annoying than on other systems. Among the issues were lengthy load times, as well as times where the game would crash just before it could save, but this patch should provide players with as smooth an experience as on other systems.
Also included in the update is the ability to capture a few seconds of footage for record. Looping music problems have been fixed, and the issue of characters not appearing in cutscenes has been corrected.
With the latest update, the Switch version of Stardew Valley has become more viable. We can expect more updates for the acclaimed farming simulator in the future, with the Switch version being the first console to receive multiplayer.