Update 1.5 has also been sent for certification on consoles.
Stardew Valley saw its biggest update yet last month with the launch of update 1.5, which expands on the end-game significantly. Following up on this, creator Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone has released patch 1.5.4. This addresses any lingering issues while offering slight adjustments. Check out the full patch notes here, though beware of spoilers.
Barone also confirmed that update 1.5 has been sent for certification on consoles. Though an exact release date can’t be provided, the update should be out by late January or early February. In terms of content, players can expect a new farm type, the “Beach Farm” along with Advanced Game Options to tweak numerous settings like monster spawns on the farm, Community Center bundles and more.
The update also added local split-screen co-op support, new items and goals, new NPCs to interact with and new character events. There’s also a new quest type, new furniture types and new secrets to uncover. Stardew Valley is out for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android – stay tuned for more details on when update 1.5 will hit consoles.