Eric Barone's highly acclaimed farming simulator Stardew Valley continues to enjoy great success, having now sold over 15 million copies.
A recent conversation of Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone reveals that he is focused on his next game.
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.
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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.
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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.