Hey everyone,

In this patch, we’ve provided a fix to the crops growth algorithm, which was not calculating growth as intended. It now works as intended; crops receive growth increment once sunny weather changes into the shower weather and vice versa. All other types of weather are not taken into account. It takes 4 incrementations before you see the result of the growth (model change).

So let’s say that you have had the following weather in the last two weeks in game:
  • Day 1: Sunny
  • Day 2: Shower (+1 growth)
  • Day 3: Shower
  • Day 4: Sunny (+1 growth)
  • Day 5: Shower (+1 growth)
  • Day 6: Cloudy
  • Day 7: Cloudy
  • Day 8: Shower
  • Day 9: Sunny (+1 growth, you’ll see green sprouts)
  • Day 10: Shower (+1 growth)
  • Day 11: Shower
  • Day 12: Cloudy
  • Day 13: Sunny (+1 growth)
  • Day 14: Shower (+1 growth)
  • Day 15: Sunny (+1 growth, you’ll see fully grown crops that can be harvested)
After three more growth increments, fully grown crops will rot and disappear. So, as you can see, you need an ideal balance of sun and rain for your crops to grow faster. Spring and early Summer are the best seasons for crop growth, of course!

Plus, after this fix, crops should grow significantly faster now.
P.S. There are some minor tweaks to the skills progression speeds and stamina they spend.

- The team
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