Sunflower Land Will Launch Treasure Island on February 8th
Sunflower Land players who are at least level 10 will be able to access this new Treasure Island, digging up food, decorations, bounty and utility SFTs using Sand Shovels and Sand Drills.
Sydney-based game development studio Thought Farm has announced that the Treasure Island for their play-to-own farming game, Sunflower Land, will be launching on February 8th.
Once the update goes live tomorrow, players of the Polygon-based blockchain title will have a new location to go to, one that contains “bounty, food, decorations and utility SFTs” as hidden treasure. The loot has been covered deep in the sand by the Bumpkin Pirates, referred by the game’s documentation as a “group of bumbling pirate bandits” that are feared by nearby sailors and were pretty good at concealing the treasure, up until the invention of a Sand Shovel, allowing Bumpkins to try their hand at uncovering some goodies.
Players will be able to access this new area by heading to that boat that is located south of the main island. Not everyone can go here straight away however, as the minimum requirement to being allowed to travel to this island is a level 10 Bumpkin. Aside from having a high enough level, you also of course need a Sand Shovel, which you can craft over at the Treasure Shop once you have the necessary amount of wood and stone.
With the Sand Shovel crafted, you can then head onto the island and dig in the marked dark sandy spots by selecting your shovel from the inventory and clicking on one of the available areas for a 1/3 chance of finding treasure of varying rarity, after which you’ll have to wait 24 hours in order to be able to dig at the same spot again. To the left of the digging area will be a pirate that shows you a list of all available treasure items that can be dug out. If you want to have a guaranteed chance of finding treasure, you can craft a Sand Drill for 1 Gold.
If you want the full details on everything that comes included with this new island, then you can check out the official documentation on it over here.