Stardew Valley was an unexpected success, an indie game that flew to the top of the charts and became a best-seller. While at first glance it’s a farming simulator in the style of the Harvest Moon series (which therefore attracts fans of the genre), it also stands out as unique. Stardew Valley has an open-ended style, a wide variety of activities, and enough content to keep players interested for a long time.
Several updates have been made to Stardew Valley, and the developer has more content and even console ports planned for the future. The upcoming Version 1.1 will be larger than previous updates and contain a lot of new content, and we’ve learned one more thing it might include.
One fan asked on Twitter if it would ever be possible in Stardew Valley to mount and display legendary fish they’ve caught in the game. The developer replied to the question by saying, “It’s something I’ll likely add in v1.1.”
This is great news for anyone who has managed to catch a legendary fish in Stardew Valley and wants to put it on display.
As previously announced in a blog post, Stardew Valley Version 1.1 will include a lot of great features: new buildings, crops, goods, and mechanics, additional late-game content, new NPC events and marriage content, and more.
Version 1.1 will also add one of the most frequently requested features for Stardew Valley, the ability to move a building you’ve already placed. Since it’s currently impossible to move a building once it’s set, this has caused some frustration for players. Fortunately, your troubles will be over once Version 1.1 comes out.
Mounting a legendary fish might seem like a small thing, but it’s a nice touch and it shows the developer is listening to fan feedback when it comes to improving this already-popular game.
The Version 1.1 content update doesn’t have a release date yet, but the quality of Stardew Valley leaves us certain the new content will be well worth the wait.
Have you played Stardew Valley? What are your favorite things about it, and what are you looking forward to the most from Stardew Valley Version 1.1?
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