Developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone said that the upcoming 1.5 update of Stardew Valley will add a new Beach Farm type, split screen collaboration and a new Advanced Game Options menu.
Barone posted a screenshot of the following Stardew ValleyThe new menu on his Twitter account last weekend showed many new options, including: a “remixed” community center bundle, a “one-year warranty” checkbox, a “mine reward” drop-down box, and monster prevention Laying eggs in the farm.
“If you are an experienced player and want to start a new farm when 1.5 is released, then I want to highlight a few new features,” Barone tweeted. “There will be a new farm type, beach farm, and a new “Advanced Game Options” menu from which you can adjust certain aspects of the game.”
If you want to know the full meaning of the one-year completion option, Barone will explain that it specifically targets red cabbage-usually it doesn’t appear in the game during the first year of playing in standard mode.
“Now, in Stardew Valley, there is a bundle of red cabbage that needs red cabbage, which cannot be obtained in the first year unless it is by chance at the traveling merchant.” This may not happen. Follow-up tweets. “Select “Ensure y1 can be completed” to ensure that the red cabbage seeds will appear in y1.”
You can also only change these settings when starting a new server farm.
There is also a new beach farm coming soon-in most cases, it behaves like an ordinary farm, and all crops can be planted and grown under sane conditions. However, sprinklers cannot work on sand.
“I know this may be controversial [that sprinklers don’t work on sand], That’s why I want to warn everyone,” Baron’s Notes. “I like to water by hand myself. If you go through the entire update, you may realize at the end that the sprinkling restrictions are not that bad…”
The Stardew Valley 1.5 update is scheduled to be released on the PC at the end of 2020 and will be released on the console in early 2021.
Since its release in February 2016, Stardew Valley has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, and Barone is developing two new derivative games.