Everything is going well.
Stardew Valley gets a split-screen cooperative.
This feature impresses with your favorite indie classics with the upcoming 1.5 update. In the PC version, you can have up to four players split screen, but some other platforms may be limited to a split screen for two players.
Developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone visited Twitter to announce this feature with a few screenshots that undoubtedly ask the languages of fans.
Stardew Valley 1.5 will have a cooperative with a separate screen! pic.twitter.com/n7XhPWSuSi
– ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) October 16, 2020
Many fans are still unaware of the next major update to Stardew Valley, but Barone has published snippets of information about the new features as he confirmed that he was working on 1.5 back in February 2020. We know that bananas come into play.
Along with the Stardew Valley 1.5 update, Barone is also in the early stages of his next two projects, both said to be top-down 2D games with pixel art aesthetics, one of which is a non-agricultural game, Star Valley World. However, Barone suggested that fans “do not swell too much at this stage.”