Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin from Xseed Games and Edelweiss released last year on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The action game meets farming simulation experience was revealed a few years ago and it has finally arrived after multiple delays and is a fantastic experience. Read my review here. We included it in our best games of 2020 as well. Today, a new update for Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin version 1.06 has gone live on Nintendo Switch following the update releasing on PC and PS4 before. This update includes various fixes and adjustments including new rewards. Watch the Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin gameplay trailer below:

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin version 1.06 update patch notes

The patch went live on PC earlier. It arrived today for Nintendo Switch. The patch notes are below:

This update applies the following bug fixes and adjustments:

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that occurred rarely with certain boss fights where the game would proceed even if Sakuna and the boss were defeated at the same time
  • Fixed an issue in Amagaeshi Shrine where there was a possibility of enemies not loading in correctly following certain specific actions
  • Temperature is now a condition for Bakanae disease to develop
  • Salt damage will now be reduced by using flowing water or while the field is being drained
  • The disorder Cloudy Rice will now develop during the ripening stage, not the drying stage
  • Fixed an issue in the second half of the game where conditions for an event occurring in the field can be met using flowing water
  • Fixed it so that playtime is not extended incorrectly when fast-forwarding through cutscenes
  • Other minor bug fixes


  • Added new animations when resting on the porch
  • Improved the way that Tidal Wave interacts with the terrain
  • Improved the accuracy of annual temperature calculation
  • Added Autumnal Hunter’s Garment as a reward for clearing Amagaeshi Shrine Floor 100
  • Maximum in-game years has been expanded from 999 to 9999, and the Cornucopia effect of the Rice Hunter’s Garment will now max out after 1000 harvests
  • Optimized CPU load when V-Sync is turned off (PC only)

If you haven’t gotten Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin yet, read my PS4 and Nintendo Switch comparison here and guide for getting the most out of the game here.

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is out now for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

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