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stardew valley switch online trial

Original (6/7): Stardew Valley will be the next Game Trial for Nintendo Switch Online in Europe and Japan, Nintendo has announced.

In both regions, the game can be played for free with an active subscription between June 13 and June 19. The entire experience will be available, and progress can be transferred to the full version.

Haunted Chocolatier

ConcernedApe, the developer of Stardew Valley, just unveiled its next game Haunted Chocolatier.

The two titles are similar in that they’re both a “town game”. Players will move in to a new town “and try your hand at a new way of living.” That means talking with townspeople, achieving your goals, and making progress in a number of ways. But Haunted Chocolatier is described as more of an action RPG, and the chocolate shop is the focal point rather than a farm. It’s also been said that there are no plans for multiplayer at this time.

Stardew Valley

A new update is now available for the Switch version of Stardew Valley, ConcernedApe has announced.

Two specific issues have been addressed. Along with a fix for a blue floor bug, the developer has also addressed a zoom/tile offset issue.

ConcernedApe is planning another patch as well. Other bugs will be fixed, including the shaking stones and the mummified bat issue.


Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley received its new 1.5 update on Switch a short while ago, and footage showing a bit of what’s new has now emerged. Have a look at the gameplay below.

Stardew Valley

The big 1.5 update for Stardew Valley is here on Switch. It should be going live automatically, though you can also force the patch to download via the system’s home menu.

ConcernedApe has previously said that version 1.5 includes major late-game content. It’s been described as “by far the biggest solid chunk of new content that’s been added to the game since launch.”

In case you missed it, you can find the entire changelog for Stardew Valley version 1.5 here.

Stardew Valley

The major 1.5 update for Stardew Valley draws nearer on Switch. On Twitter, developer ConcernedApe announced that “the update is being submitted to certification today.”

The original plan was to have the update ready on consoles by the end of January or early February. Based on progress, ConcernedApe believes that target is still “likely”.

We’ll let you know when Stardew Valley version 1.5 is officially live on Switch. You can read more about the update here.


Stardew Valley

The long-awaited 1.5 update for Stardew Valley has just gone live on PC. It’s not available on consoles just yet, but ConcernedApe says that this should be happening in early 2021.

Version 1.5 includes major late-game content, with ConcernedApe stating that the update is “by far the biggest solid chunk of new content that’s been added to the game since launch.”

You can find a brief overview of a few notable elements below, along with a very comprehensive changelog.

Stardew Valley

ConcernedApe is continuing to tease Stardew Valley’s major 1.5 update. Today, a couple of new elements were introduced.

Players can look forward to the “Beach Farm” farm type as well as the “Advanced Game Options” menu. Note that these new options will only be available when making a new form. Aside from one exception, they can’t be changed once you’ve started the game.

Stardew Valley is currently available on Switch. A release window for the update has not yet been announced.


Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley had its physical release debut in the west today, including a special collector’s edition. Check out an unboxing video for it below.

Stardew Valley 1.5 splitscreen co-op

ConcernedApe continues to slowly share information about the major 1.5 update for Stardew Valley. In a message shared on social media, the developer confirmed that splitscreen co-op will be added. We have a first look above.

It was previously stated that the next update will let players move their beds. There have been a couple of other teases, too.

A release window for Stardew Valley version 1.5 has not yet been announced.


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