The creator of the Stardew Valley farming simulator Eric Barone revealed that in Update 1.5 he will add a split screen mode for four people. Although the project has had a co-op function for some time now, you will soon be able to find out for sure that none of your comrades are tinkering with trivia.
Baron has provided screenshot of co-op on Twitter. In a follow-up post, the developer said that while all platforms will be able to play together with a split screen, only on a PC will you be able to invite three more people. However, attentive gamers have noticed that the screenshots show much more. It turned out that the Baron’s record hides a number of new features. For example, desert farms, chests, decorations, and the ability to light torches on the fence.
Nee things is see in this picture:
Beetles on crops?
Can place torches on top of fence posts
2 new green chests
2 New artisan equipment
Solar essence statue
New tv dinner stand thing? pic.twitter.com/m7umvvUB6L
– Bailey (@ Ivy9999999) October 16, 2020
The last Stardew Valley update came out at the end of 2019. Update 1.5 is known to add a lot of AI-related content, as well as banana trees.
Stardew Valley is out on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation Vita, iOS and Android.
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