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Update 1.1 for Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is Out Now

Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is approaching its one-year anniversary towards the end of the month, and to celebrate, DANGEN Entertainment announced that a long-awaited free update is out now! After listening to player feedback, developer Moonsprout Games have been hard at work making some tweaks to the game, which includes fixing some typos and bugs [Editor’s Note: HA.], and making a few puzzles a little bit easier, among other things. For the complete list of patch notes, check out DANGEN Entertainment’s blog.

It’s staggering to see just how much the developers are adding to the game nearly a year after launch, but perhaps some of the biggest, most exciting changes are:

  • Three new quests
  • New bosses
  • Quality of Life changes including: improved sprinting, faster cooking, the ability to purchase recipes
  • Other mysterious additions

As someone who reviewed the Switch release and adored it, the additional bosses and improved sprinting are enough alone to make me want to return to Bugaria. These changes show just how much the developers have listened to their fans, and how much love they’ve put into Bug Fables.

To see the biggest changes in action, check out the newest trailer for the game:

Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is available on Windows via Steam, GOG and Itch, as well as on Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, so if you’re interested in picking up the game, there’s a plethora of options to choose from!

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Alana Hagues

Alana Hagues

Alana (she/her) has been with RPGFan since 2015, and isn't really quite sure why they let her stick around. She writes reviews, features, and speaks way too much on many of the site's podcasts. A lover of baking and animals (especially dogs and reptiles), she apparently has a pretty cute accent. If you talk to her about Skies of Arcadia, you've made a friend for life.

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