FarmVille Farm "Too Full" Notice Begs for Storage System Upgrade
Some of the most frequent FarmVille requests by farmers are for more Expansion and more Storage.
Contributing to this urgent request is that Zynga releases FarmVille updates weekly. FarmVille's weekly updates usually offer a slew of brand new exclusive items as well as seasonal collections. Despite expansions, those of us farmers that have been playing for almost one year now are quickly running out of room on their farms. Although a storage system was introduced months ago, many farmers do not find it adequate or economical for storing all of their FarmVille decorations and seasonal supplies. The problem being that storage costs farm cash or coins and neighbor help and each storage building is limited to a certain capacity. Also, some items such animals, trees, Christmas Holiday Tree, Valentine Mail Box and Spring Basket cannot be stored.
Adding to the frustration of the current Storage system, is a new FarmVille pop-up notice appearing for some farmers with over-crowded farms. See image below.
The notice states that you will have to either "Remove" (sounds nicer than delete) or "Store" some of your items to place more new items on your farm. Removing or storing old items is the only solution? How about implementing a better storage system so that some farmers would not feel the need to hold on to exclusive items or seasonal decorations and display them on their farms because they have no room in storage.
I myself am a fan of Zynga's Cafe World's unlimited storage system. In Cafe World once you purchase an item with coins or cafe cash you always have the ability to either store it for free or display it in your cafe. Why not do something similar to this for FarmVille? If FarmVille continues to come out with new items and farmers continue to accumulate more and more items, Zynga will have to eventually upgrade their current FarmVille storage system if they expect farmers to continue purchasing exclusive items.
What do you think about this Farm "Too Full" notice? Have you received this pop-up?
This article originally appeared on FarmVille Freak.