Stardew Valley developer is punishing cheaters in update 1.6. Crooks will be reprimanded for their despicable act

by alex

The recent Stardew Valley update has received a lot of attention. Some dishonest players decided to use an old trick and paid

Some cheaters use special software to gain a gaming advantage over other players, while others use it just for fun. Stardew Valley was no exception; there was also room for cheating here.

ConcernedApe recently released a major update 1.6 for Stardew Valley. As it turned out, the developer decided to play a little trick on the cheaters and punish those who dare to get to the location earlier than originally intended.

The fact is that you can get into Stardew Valley to The Summit location (or “Vershina” in Russian localization) in a roundabout way. Under normal conditions, the player must first obtain 100% Perfection (achieving this indicator unlocks additional content).

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Before version 1.6, Stardew Valley players could easily enter The Summit without any consequences. However, with the release of the update, a surprise awaited the cheating farmers.

Now, when the player first “illegally” enters Stardew Valley, a video with the character Mr. awaits. Qi, who will scold the offender.

This is how it works: https://youtu.be/se_q0rTuOPE

Stardew Valley developer is punishing cheaters in update 1.6. Crooks will be reprimanded for their despicable act

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