Stardew Valley’s upcoming multiplayer update will include new content that “will affect single-player, too,” according to creator Eric Barone.
Speaking on twitter, Barone said that he is currently working on new content for the game that will be included in the multiplayer update. He added that more information will be shared closer to the update’s release, but some of it will be kept secret. The tweet was accompanied by a picture of the boat.
I’m working on some new Stardew Valley content, to be released with the upcoming free multiplayer update. This will affect single-player, too! I’ll share more when the release gets closer. Though I’ll keep some things secret (more fun) pic.twitter.com/rgWCt8IIRi
— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) November 14, 2017
In a followup tweet, it was confirmed that this content will be available on both PC and consoles.
Stardew Valley‘s multiplayer update will arrive on PC in early 2018 and allows up to four players to start a farm together, with the three other players action as farmhands. Farmhands can farm, mine, fight, fish, forage, marry NPCs and take part in festivals, and also have their own inventory.
Stardew Valley is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.