I’ve seen it, you’ve seen it. We’ve all seen it. There’s a bed in one of the houses, and that’s where many people are wondering how to sleep in the Tunic and whether it’s a day / night system at play. In this guide, we’ll explain Everything you need to know about sleeping in Tunic and why it’s important to change the time of day.
Tune in Day of Sleeping to Change
To sleep in Tunic, you need to go to the old house in the main overworld section and press A when standing by the bed.
The old house is marked on your map, making it easier to find, shown in the screenshot below:
You’ll find the right building as there are wind chimes and a telescope on it.
When you reach here, you will find the room in the corner of the bed.
Press A when next up and it and our foxy little friend will take a quick nap.
Upon waking up, the time of day has changed. So if it was nighttime, it will now be daytime and vice-versa.
It’s the last boss you beat until you sleep in bed. Attempting to do so beforehand will simply cause the bed prompt to appear when the bed is standing.
Why Changing Time of the Day Is Important
This is important for accessing different areas of the world. For example, exploring the night time will give you access to the parts of the world that are blocked off at night, while exploring at nighttime will reveal the spirit bridges.
Once you’ve beaten the main story of the Tunic, this will become more and more important, as it will allow you to keep up with the various secret post-game content, though we’ll spoil exactly what is here.