Stardew Valley is a simulation role playing game developed by Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone and published by ConcernedApe and Chucklefish, with 505 Games distributing the game’s physical console versions.
The game was developed entirely by Barone over a period of four years.
There's also a mystery addition that fans will probably learn more about in the coming months. A release date is still pending, though.
The new slate of games coming to Apple Arcade in July include cult classics as well as fan-favourites.
New content is coming in update 1.6, albeit less than the last update, and will also make the game "easier and more powerful to mod."
The beloved indie sensation hits yet another major sales milestone. 13 million of its 20 million total sales have been on PC.
Along with bug fixes, the update also enables the game to remember which monitor was last used for those with multi-monitor setups.
Stardew Valley, Rubber Bandits, Archvale, and Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector will be available tomorrow for consoles, PC and cloud.
Eric Barone's highly acclaimed farming simulator Stardew Valley continues to enjoy great success, having now sold over 15 million copies.
Eric Barone's magnum opus Stardew Valley is announced to be heading to Xbox Game Pass for consoles and PC sometime this fall.
"Blue ground" bug on consoles currently being investigated.
Update 1.5 has also been sent for certification on consoles.
The title's biggest update yet adds lots of new content, local co-op and more.
Advanced Game Options will also allow for modifying Community Center Bundles and mine rewards.
The developer feels players will be "really and surprised" with the new content.
Up to four players can play together on PC (though other platforms it might be limited to two).
What's behind the door?
It will also be free, like previous updates.
He warns you not to get too excited about it, though.
That's a lot of farming.
Android and iOS players can expect the update in January 2020.
ConcernedApe follows up last week's massive patch with some improvements.
Heaps of new items, post-game content and more arrive in this massive new patch.
It adds a "14-heart event" for after marriage and a "pretty big variety of new things."
The "Everything" update will add numerous quality of life features to the game.
Update 1.4 will also add a new farm called Four Corners that's meant for multiplayer.
Nintendo reveals the cream of the indie crop on the Switch.
Now you can play Stardew Valley on the go! Again!
And thus, Android owners from around the world bid their phone batteries goodbye.
Version 1.3.333 also contains fixes for visual glitches in multiplayer.
"It takes place in the same universe as Stardew Valley," says Barone.
Switch players can work together and live on the same farm, as well as get married.
It’s been a long time coming, but multiplayer Stardew Valley for Switch is here at last.
Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone will self-publish the game on Xbox One, PS4, PlayStation Vita, and PC.
It's currently available for $7.99 with no in-app purchases or ads.
The iOS version of the game will be launching later this month, in fact.
Hopefully, this means that a release for it is very near, now.
Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone provides an update on the status of multiplayer.
Only for PC- the console versions' multiplayer update is still "coming soon".
It will also be Cross Buy with the PS4 version of the game.
Dive into a farm with up to four players and explore Stardew Valley together.
As per creator Eric Barone, there will be a QA phase for the new features.
Creator Eric Barone shares a few new tidbits about the highly anticipated 4 player mode.
Lose your life to this game, again.
A number of issues such as crashes and audio crackling have been addressed with the new patch.
Creator Eric Barone notes that this free content will "affect single-player" as well.
Becoming the first third party game to support the feature on Switch.
The long wait is - at last - over.
Chucklefish notes that it's working towards finalizing a release date.
Coming to PC first, then Nintendo Switch and other platforms.
Nintendo comes out swinging.