Stardew Valley Update 1.5 Submitted For Certification On Consoles

The update came to PC players in late 2020 and you should be able to play it on other platforms very soon.

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After arriving to PC players in December, Stardew Valley's big update 1.5 is nearing release on consoles, as well. Developer Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone shared the news on his Twitter account, saying he has submitted the update for certification on the platforms. Once that process is complete, it should be available.

Barone stressed that this process doesn't always take the same amount of time, so it will likely still be either late January or early February when players can enjoy the new content. Given how long it took to develop Stardew Valley in the first place, however, what's another week or two on this update?

Stardew Valley's update 1.5 is the biggest update for the game to date. It includes new character creation options, a new Beach Farm, a variety of advanced game options like remixed bundles, new hairstyles, split-screen cooperative play, new music, home renovations, and many more additions. Since it came out, the update has received a few patches to fix some newer issues, which will hopefully already be fixed when the content comes to consoles.

Barone hasn't figured out exactly what's next for Stardew Valley after the current update is finished rolling out. He told Game Informer last year that a full sequel is a possibility, as is continuing to update the existing game with new content. It has been a runaway success for Barone, who became a millionaire after releasing the game. His desire to create the game to begin with came as a result of his dissatisfaction with more recent Harvest Moon offerings. His tribute to the older games is arguably better than the inspiration.

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