Chucklefish provided the latest information about the Stardew Valley content update and multiplayer. The publisher talked about the upcoming Multiplayer patch as well as the promised content update in the latest blog update. The Stardew Valley Multiplayer patch will allow players to get married to another real player. Unfortunately the multiplayer beta has been pushed back to the beginning of 2018. It was initially planned to be released by the end of this year. Check out the full update below.
So, multiplayer is coming along nicely! Tom is working on implementing marriage between players, and recently finished up working on festivals. Now you’ll have someone to dance with at the Flower Dance, even if you’ve yet to win over any of the residents of Pelican Town.
We had been planning to launch a multiplayer beta before the end of this year, but we’re pushing that beta back to Q1 2018 in order to make room for polish and QA.
ConcernedApe is working on a new content to be released along with the multiplayer update! We can’t say much about it yet, so I’ll just leave this screenshot here.
A number of people have been curious about the PS Vita port we mentioned way back in January, and I’m happy to announce that a PS Vita port is actually happening! It’ll be available next year, and it’ll have cross-buy too, so if you’ve got Stardew Valley on Playstation 4 you won’t need to buy it again to play it on your PS Vita! However, it’s worth noting that we can’t port the multiplayer update to PS Vita.
ALSO! Stardew Valley is getting more language support! Support for French, Italian, Korean and Turkish will be added in 2018.
Phew, I think that’s just about everything we can talk about for now. ?
Thanks for all the support this year! I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday break and a happy start to 2018.
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