Everything becomes jacquard.
Stardew Valley gets a split-screen cooperative.
The feature falls into the much-loved indie classic with the upcoming update 1.5. On the PC version, you can have a split screen for up to four players, but some other platforms may be limited to a split screen for two players.
Developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone took to Twitter to announce the feature with several screenshots that certainly set fans’ tongues to shake.
In Stardew Valley 1.5 there will be a cooperative with a split screen! pic.twitter.com/n7XhPWSuSi
– ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) October 16, 2020
There are still many fans who don’t know about the next big update to Stardew Valley, but Barone has been posting snippets of information about new features as he confirmed he’s working on 1.5 in February 2020. We know bananas are coming into the game.
Along with Stardew Valley Update 1.5, Barone is also in the early stages of his next two projects, which are said to be one-way, 2D top-down games with pixel art aesthetics, one of which is a non-agricultural game set in a valley world. Stardew. However, Barone suggested that fans “do not swell at this stage”.