Speedrunner Olenoname completed Stardew Valley in just 17 minutes.
While playing the game as part of this year’s Awesome Games Done charity marathon, Olenoname warned viewers that “this race is going to go too fast and it’s going to start too fast” – and they weren’t wrong.
As I spotted it player on pcInstead of starting as neatly as we’d like, they removed all their tools – which watched items magically appear in their inventory – and then threw massive bombs all over the place to tear down those trees and spawn a sneaky fast ride. After 17 minutes they finished the match.
But as you would expect, this is no ordinary game. A clever exploit launched by naming the character a “very, very long list of item codes” allows you to trick NPCs into giving gifts sooner than they should, like these grenades.
I don’t want to provide all the tips and tricks here, but if you want to watch the race in real time and see how they managed to finish the game so quickly, head over to Chaîne AGDQ Twitch Or watch the video below.
ICYMI and Stardew Valley 1.5.5 update brought important technical changes for depositors as well as bug fixes, but they are hidden in Correction notes It is a hint of what might happen in the future.
“A 1.5.6 update is on the way as well,” she says. “There may be new content in 1.5.6 as well, but it won’t be something as massive as 1.5.”
Stardew ConcernedApe creator previously said he wasn’t sure if any new content would be added to the game, especially as it focuses on the upcoming Haunted Chocolatier title. However, this update indicates that there may still be new content on the horizon.
Stardew Valley has just been added to Xbox Game Pass if you haven’t tried farming simulation yet.
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