Stardew Valley’s 1.5 replace delighted a lot of us when it came out for PC in December, and now it’s lastly arriving for consoles. The sport’s developer announced on Twitter that the replace must be rolling out to Change, Xbox, and PlayStation “inside the subsequent couple of hours.” As of this writing, it’s already out there on the Nintendo Change.
Probably the most notable function within the replace is native, split-screen co-op play, which appears completely good for consoles. Do I need to sit subsequent to somebody I like on the sofa and construct a farm collectively? Completely, sure, and now we are able to.
The replace additionally features a new Superior Choices menu, new buildings, animals, and enemies, and naturally a crop of bug fixes.
The Stardew Valley 1.5 Replace for Change, Xbox, and PlayStation are out, and must be out there on all platforms inside the subsequent couple of hours.
— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) February 11, 2021
The full changelog is available on Stardew Valley’s website, and you may look via it your self to see which modifications excite you— we’re hyped for chairs that you may really sit on, a menu tab that tells you in case you’ve talked to somebody that in-game day, and a wholly new area with its personal quest and characters.
After we first lined this replace, we referred to as Stardew Valley our “endlessly recreation,” as a result of numerous us preserve coming again to play it each time it’s up to date. Regardless of the sport’s reputation (it’s sold over 10 million copies), it nonetheless seems like a really private undertaking — identical to my farm within the recreation, although I’ll admit that’s a bit much less spectacular.