Stardew Valley developer Eric Barone revealed that he is working on two new games, but there is still a long way to go.
Barone revealed on Twitter yesterday that two new games are in the works, one of which is in preparation. Star Dew Valley Universe, Although that's not an agricultural game. Another nameless title is like "connected to Xinglugu somehow", albeit on a smaller scale.
Despite the excitement of fans, Barron has been asking players not to hype up for the forthcoming championship and hopes to spend some time "making any natural game without too much pressure or expectations."
Yes, I am actually working on several new projects. It happened once in the Star Dew Valley World, but not an agricultural game. Also, I'm not sure about the world, but it will somehow connect with Stardew Valley
-ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) February 11, 2020
Barone is still working on the Stardew Valley update, and yesterday released a 1.4.5 update for PC players. As a single developer, it can take a long time to wait for more information about these two games and other ideas Barone has been working on. He revealed to IGN that both projects are "single-person, top-down 2D games with a pixel art style," meaning that Stardew Valley players will be familiar with its layout.
The untitled games in the Stardew Valley universe will have 32 × 32 pixel tiles and have twice the details of Stardew Valley, as well as better music, narrative and sound design. The second heading is smaller, so we will most likely see it first.
To date, Star Dew Valley has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, and added a new mystery of ending the game at the end of 2019, involving Star Dew Valley's once-mysterious abandoned building.