A Stardew Valley player has uncovered on Reddit that they lost their Year 5 save as a feature of their real-life divorce. They expressed that this has vexed them more than the real divorce, which certainly appears to be conceivable considering what amount of time and exertion it requires to develop the ideal home in Stardew Valley.
Stardew Valley was delivered very nearly six years prior now yet individuals appear to be similarly pretty much as fixated on it as they have at any point been. The farming recreation is simply too soothing to even think about giving up, and players can become genuinely connected to their computerized lives and relationships.The multiplayer update just made it more habit-forming, allowing players to bring real-life connections into the world with community play, and the game has sold north of 15 million duplicates (as of September 2021) thus.
So it's understandable that individuals have become connected to their Stardew lives. For this situation the divorcee played on their husband's Xbox, which went with him in the tumult of their split, wiping away long periods of hard farming work. They had invested a great deal of energy into it, as well; the banner referenced how they had 300k gold on hand, just as the Return Scepter, which costs 2 million gold and is the most costly inventory thing in the whole game (it permits players to twist straightforwardly outside their farmhouse, which is incredibly handy). As fans know, losing items in Stardew Valley can be devastating.
Other Redditors were understandably stunned at this enormous misfortune and are looking to assist the banner with getting the save back any way they can. A few potential arrangements included trying to sort out in the event that the save was as yet in the Xbox cloud, allowing them to re-access their ranch on another Xbox, or maybe making sure to check whether it was still there at a companion's home. Some are in any event, offering to purchase or give them Xboxes just so they can continue on with their (computerized) lives. It's as of now even accessible on Xbox Game Pass, playable in the cloud. Judging from how severely the banner notices the divorce went above and beyond, may be to just continue on and get another save. The banner referenced they have a Switch Lite also, so that may be the course to go-as long as they make sure to snatch the framework the following time a relationship turns sour.