After three long years of silence, Stardew Valley fans have some good news: a new update is on the horizon.
Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone, aka ConcernedApe, took to Twitter to announce the upcoming 1.6 update, the first for the game since 2020. While details remain scarce, what we do know is enough to cause excitement and endless speculation in the Stardew Valley community.
The developer’s tweet contains a promising list of features, including a new festival, never-before-seen items, additional dialogue, unrevealed secrets, and cryptic question marks.
This cryptic tweet has only fueled the curiosity of fans, and they are looking forward to the release of the update.
in Stardew Valley 1.6… – new festival – new items – more dialogues – secrets – ???
This update follows 2020’s 1.5 update, which was one of the biggest in the history of the game. Major changes include a new beach farm, late game content such as new quest types, additional character events, new NPCs, and more.
There is also a unique zone called Ginger Island filled with new mini-games, quests, puzzles and a volcano dungeon.
While the details of the long-awaited 1.6 update are yet to be revealed, there’s no denying that whatever it brings is sure to delight die-hard Stardew Valley fans.