Version 1.1.0 brings some new objectives in the form of “Spirit Quests” for those that have already finished the main story. These are high-difficulty requests which will unlock various rewards, including outfits and helpful farming abilities.
The update also lets DLC marriage candidates attend the four couples-centric events — something that should have probably already been in the game.
While it’s nice to see that Pioneers of Olive Town is still being supported after release, it’s clear that it was released a little too early. Some of the complaints from our review have been addressed at least, and the recently released PC version helps with the game’s performance issues on Switch.
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