Switch players can work together and live on the same farm, as well as get married.
Multiplayer in Stardew Valley is now officially available on the Nintendo Switch, according to developer ConcernedApe on Twitter. Having launched in August for PC, the new update allows players to work together on farms. In fact, different players can even take up housing on another player’s farm.
You can also choose to share income, and players can marry as well. If you’ve ever wanted to cooperate and farm together while exploring the wonderful world of Stardew Valley, this update is for you. Single-player fans also get new things to do with the Night Market, new secret events, and much more also added on with this update.
In other recent Stardew Valley news, Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone confirmed that he will be self-publishing the title from December 14th onwards. This will only apply to the PC, Xbox One, PS4, and PlayStation Vita versions. Chucklefish will still handle publishing the Nintendo Switch and mobile versions for the foreseeable future.
The free 1.3 multiplayer update is now available on Nintendo Switch. Have fun!
— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) December 12, 2018