ConcernedApe, the only developer of the popular farming sim Stardew Valley, annoys and reveals new features that we can expect in the 1.5 update of the game. This time, he said the upcoming update would add a split-screen co-op.
Online multiplayer was originally added to Stardew Valley back in 2018, but each player needed their own version of the game. This will be the first time that more than one person can play together locally on a console or computer.
We still don’t know much about it because ConcernedApe opens Twitter to share new details about the update. However, he told us which platforms and how many players will be supported.
In response to its original tweet, ConcernedApe said the split-screen multiplayer would make its way to consoles and a computer. However, the number of players supported on each of these platforms may vary.
He explained that the computer will allow up to four players on a split screen, while some of the consoles can be limited to only two.
ConcernedApe did not share when it plans to release an update to version 1.5 of Stardew Valley, but the news of the split-screen cooperative is not the only part of the update it revealed.
Back in April, he conducted a survey on Twitter to decide which new fruit tree will be added to the upcoming update. The banana trees won.
Update 1.5 will also add a “significant new piece of content at the end of the game,” the ability to move your bed elsewhere in the house, and more annoying content.
If you haven’t played Stardew Valley yet, it’s definitely not too late to log in. All game updates are free. You can play on PC, PlayStation 4, Vita, Xbox One and Switch, as well as on iOS and Android devices.
A physical and collector’s edition of the game is coming soon, and there are many new mods for PC gamers that you can use to improve your game.