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Fae Farm Spring Update 2.2.0

March 19: The next update for Fae Farm, version 2.2.0, has been announced for release this week – otherwise known as the “Spring” update.

Not only are there the latest round of improvements and fixes, but new features as well. Highlights include the ability to put Stuff on other Stuff, a “Double-Day Length” option has been added, and more.

We have the full rundown below.

Fae Farm just released its latest update today with the game shifting to version 2.1.0.

A number of highly requested improvements and fixes are included here. One aspect to point out is that following feedback, the single-player pause behavior and how it interacts with both the World Clock has been adjusted. Planted flowers can be reclaimed, the stats panel has been redesigned, and there’s new ialogue for Pearl, Rosalind, and Tamael.

Here’s the full rundown:

Fae Farm update 2.0.0

Fae Farm got its big Coasts of Croakia DLC as part of a new version 2.0.0 update. We now have the full patch notes.

Coasts of Croakia is the main attraction, but there’s plenty of other stuff here. A whole bunch of gameplay improvements, adjustments, and fixes are included.

Here’s the full rundown:

Fae Farm Coasts of Croakia update

November 30: Phoenix Labs today unveiled Fae Farm: Coasts of Croakia, the first major content update for the game. It will be available for Switch on December 14, 2023 at no extra cost.

Phoenix Labs is mostly keeping quiet on the details, but has shared a couple of things thus far. The studio states: “Fae Farm: Coasts of Croakia invites players to a new realm where they’ll meet mysterious new characters and take on brand-new quests. Players can look forward to exciting encounters and discoveries, brand-new gameplay mechanics, and more.”

Original: Nintendo of Europe have announced via X that the next Nintendo Switch Online Game Trial for the region will be Fae Farm, with distribution starting from November 22 and concluding on November 28.

Find out more about the game and check out the announcement below:

A significant update for Fae Farm just dropped, with the game moving up to version 1.4.0.

Today’s update includes gameplay adjustments, progression fixes, relationship adjustments and fixes, and more. Much of what here is based on player feedback.

Here’s the full rundown:

Fae Farm update 1.3.3

Fae Farm just went live with a notable update, with version 1.3.3 going out now to all players. Phoenix Labs also shared the patch notes.

Today’s update includes a couple of Switch-specific improvements. On top of that, a ton of fixes to various aspects of the game.

Fae Farm Frost Thistle

In this guide for Fae Farm we’ll tell you where to find Frost Thistle. You’ll need this material to craft many different items later during your adventure.

Once you’ve completed “A Way to Clear the Air” and restored life to the Elven Village, it will be time to move on from the Fae Realm to new areas you haven’t been able to explore yet. Back in town, Frida will give you the quest “A Refreshing Favor” after you’ve spoken with her, and will ask you for a Frost Thistle. As you might have guessed, you’ll find this item at the Frozen Plateau, an area you won’t have been able to access before now due to the blizzard freezing your character after a few seconds.

Fae Farm Berry Jam

In this guide for Fae Farm we’ll tell you how you can go about making Berry Jam. This gourmet food is a key item in a story quest, and can also be sold to earn some extra cash.

Fae Farm Frost Beets

In this guide for Fae Farm we’ll tell you what you need to do in order to harvest Frost Beets.

Once you’ve cleared the Floating Ruins and restored life to the Elven Village you’ll be given the sidequest “Fae Farming”, which aims to teach you the basics of the more advanced crop mechanics in Fae Farm by asking you to harvest 4 Frost Beets. More importantly, you’ll need 5 Frost Beets to give to Grell so that you can complete the “A Frozen Friend“ story quest. However, the process isn’t as simple as putting a seed in the ground and waiting for it to grow, you’ll need to take a few extra steps to accomplish the task.

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