Stardew Valley developer Eric Barone (better known as ConcernedApe) has been hard at work on implementing multiplayer to the popular farming title, but that’s not all he’s working on. Barone went to Twitter to give an update on the progress of Stardew Valley multiplayer, and revealed that new single-player content is on the way. “I’m working on some new Stardew Valley content,” wrote Barone, who then went on to explain that it’d be free. “This will affect single-player, too! I’ll share more when the release gets closer. Though I’ll keep some things secret.”
Check out the full Stardew Valley announcement below:
I'm working on some new Stardew Valley content, to be released with the upcoming free multiplayer update. This will affect single-player, too! I'll share more when the release gets closer. Though I'll keep some things secret (more fun) pic.twitter.com/rgWCt8IIRi
— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) November 14, 2017
For even more on the farming simulator, check out our Stardew Valley review. Here’s a snippet of what reviewer Paulmichael Contreras had to say:
Stardew Valley represents a major break from reality. It’s a game where things are simple, but there’s always something new to do. It’s a collector’s haven; a lover’s respite (at least until co-op arrives in the future). This will represent many things to many gamers. Yet the one thing it will remain for as long as people are around to play it, is a magnum opus of the indie developer. Stardew Valley is a game so completely full of content, that it is hard to fathom that it was created by a single person. With a ton of secrets to discover, and fishing, farming, mining, smelting, and even dating as activity options, this feels like a perfect mix of life simulation games of the past, with a decidedly modern take. Hopefully ConcernedApe continues in his relentless march to build the perfect game for this genre, and we can all share in the fruits of his tireless labor.
Stardew Valley is available now on consoles and PC.