In Going Medieval, your villagers have to complete a lot of tedious tasks and it can take several hours to complete. You can also set it up where everything runs extremely efficiently, and assign villagers cooking, construction, mining and craft tasks with the right station. All of them can be queued and ready to use, so you don’t always have to keep track of them. Previously, you had to have the Going Medieval tab to make sure it was running, but with a small click on settings you can draw a card and keep your villagers moving in the game.
You can find the settings in the options menu. You can access the options tab from the main menu or you can be in the middle of the game by pressing the “ESC” key. From there, you want to go to the “Graphics” tab and the option to run Going Medieval in the background will be second in the list. All you have to do is click on it and leave the game at any time, giving you the freedom to work on other things or watch something while your villagers work to keep their settlement running.
The Going Medieval launch feature has been added to the hotfix for the game after the first weekend of the game’s release to Early Access. This is the first of many hotfixes that Foxy Voxel developers plan to deliver for the game. Community members can expect developers to provide additional feedback on other quality of life features.