Indie developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone has been aiming the ambitious Stardew Valley 1.5 update for this year, but if you’ve looked at a calendar lately you know there’s not much of this year left. But fret not, fellow farmers: Barone says he may still be able to release the update this year on PC.
In answering a fan on Twitter, Barone said it might come out on PC this year, though console players will still have to wait for early 2021. This was only a “might,” so it seems he may still be working through some last remaining bugs and polish, as he said in November.
It might come out this year on PC, and then on console early next year
— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) December 16, 2020
Previously, Barone has said that most of the new content is aimed at endgame players who have developed their farms, though there will be new features that players will be able to enjoy if they start from the beginning too. At least one new feature is split-screen cooperative play, which may support up to four players depending on the platform. Barone also teased a new door in the back of Willie’s shop, but where it goes or what it does is unknown.
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