ConcernedApe (Eric Barone) released a free update for Stardew Valley last November. The updated version 1.4 has finally made its way to Android via Google Play Store. This is one of the biggest updates of Stardew Valley that brings along new content, features, and bug fixes, all while improving the gameplay experience with a handful of quality of life features.
This massive game update includes all single-player content in version 1.4 on PC and consoles.
– A new late-game building upgrade in town
– New 14 heart events for every spouse
– New farm Fish Ponds
– Over 60 new items
– Added 24 hairstyles, 181 shirts, and new hats, pants, and boots
– Tailoring added
– Sheds can now be upgraded
– Lots of Quality of Life Improvements
– Restores ability to transfer save files on PC to mobile
– 14 new music tracks
– Hundreds of bug fixes
This is only some of the major changes in the game. There are many more new contents that come with the new update. More or less, ConcernedApe is still polishing Stardew Valley to a pristine sheen, and the fact that these updates are completely free just goes to show that there are still a few quality developers out there that offer quality content.
If you haven’t downloaded the Stardew Valley, you can download right now from Play Store for a one-time price of $7.99. In case, if you already installed the game, you can update to the latest version now to get all the contents for free.
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