Stardew Valley’s new beachfront farm is worth starting


The new 1.5 update for the beloved farming city launched by Statue Valley Surprise this week. I already told you about Wednesday, but I have played many hours of it, so I am going to tell you more about it because it is so good. The new beach is worth starting a new savings file for the farm, as are all the other new cool qualities in life.

I have always found that Stardew Valley’s annual updates are quite good about introducing changes that make the game better than you know about it. I have never booted up Stardue after a major update and felt lost and confused. In this way the update is with 1.5. The map of the beach farm is fresh and new, but it will not completely change the routine you are familiar with.

Here’s a look at the whole thing and, in fact, the catch. I have just seen that cave entrance in the very bottom left corner. I don’t know if it goes anywhere or not, but I’m adding it to my list of things to check.

The beach is a lovely change of scenery, but be warned that sprinklers cannot be placed in the sand. This means that once you want to automate the operation of your farm, you will need to unlock the greenhouse or clean up a single plot of dirt that is covered with large logs. Otherwise it can be you and your best sail water forever.

if you Tax Want to extend your normal Stardew formula a bit further, don’t miss the Advanced Game options under the wrench button when starting a new save file. Remixing the material needed to complete the community center bundles is a meaningful change. I’m sure I can’t be the only person who can read the spring foraging bundle and the items needed for the spring crops bundle.

If you go looking for them, there are all kinds of nice little changes. For example, the option is placed away in the menu, with the option to change the sound alert when the fish is caught on your hook. I am too much conditioned for the default noise that I can’t live with any new options but hey, they are cute.

The biggest and best part of the new update is the one that ConcernedApe chose not to spoil in the announcement of the 1.5 update from Wednesday, which I would be sure not to do either. If you want to make your way to the best (and hottest) part of update 1.5, be sure to get some of your savings out of that in a few years and check out that new door at Willie’s shop. Teased earlier this year.

Also in the updated announcement, Concerndap is “closed with next year, there will be more Stardav Valley related announcements (and possibly beyond …) to look forward to.” He has also previously stated that a Stardew Valley 2 is not out of the question, and he wouldn’t be surprised if Stardave himself is updating many more. No matter what the next year brings, there is a lot of Stardew to chew on right now.

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