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• written by Krist Duro

Included in Don't Starve Patch: New Gameplay Settings // Find Adventure Mode Easier!

The guys behind Don't Starve, Klei Intertainment just released a Don't Starve patch or a hotfix how they like to call it.Among the changes, the two key changes that we think you'll be interested in are:

New Settings Let You Speed Up Early Gameplay!

There is a new preset called "default plus" in the world configuration menu. It give you a quicker start in a harsher world, and is intended for experienced Don't Starve players once they know how to survive the first in-game week, and want to jump ahead to the more complicated part.

This preset gives you a collection of random items and crafting materials at the start of the game, so you can bootstrap your base. It also adjusts the the user-changable sliders a bit to make the world more challenging, and introduces some harder areas that were previously only in adventure mode.

Discover Adventure Mode Easier!

We noticed that some people were having a hard time discovering adventure mode.  The Divining Rod is now a craftable item (instead of a findable) and includes an item description that alludes to it's usefulness as a tool for escape.

For more information you can check Klei's official website.

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