Just across the corn-er.

Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone (or, ConcernedApe) has lastly introduced the sport’s next update will arrive on PC on the 26th November – with the console and cell update to comply with a couple of weeks after.

One of the primary objectives of the upcoming 1.4 update is to repair any remaining bugs within the recreation, in addition to herald some extra high quality of life options to make the sport extra “seamless” to play.

Some of those enhancements embrace altering sure objects that did not have a lot use beforehand – the instance Barone makes use of in his publish is the Wild Bait used for fishing, “which used to be essentially worthless… but now gives you a chance to catch double fish”.

It’s not all about these minor modifications nonetheless, because the free update will even introduce a bunch of recent content material. The developer does not reveal an excessive amount of, however mentions there is a new distinctive occasion for every character after marrying them, and there is extra endgame content material being added to maintain you busy.

The final little piece of recent information for the 1.4 update is {that a} screenshot button is being added to the choices menu, so you may lastly take a snap of your complete farm.

We do know a bit extra about what the next update will embrace, although – again in April, it was revealed a brand new map sort could be added. Named “Four Corners”, the map will permit gamers on a multiplayer farm to separate their cash pool, so you may have your personal separate funds with out having to fret about your mates spending your shared money.

Stardew Valley is obtainable for PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One – the latter of which now has co-op multiplayer like the remaining, after points porting the final update to Microsoft’s console.

The recreation can be obtainable on iOS and Android, and whereas these will get the 1.4 update, there are not any plans to deliver multiplayer to cell simply but.

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