Just yesterday, Stardew Valley celebrated its five year anniversary, which sounds pretty insane if you think about it. It’s already been five years since the game’s release, yet it still feels consistently fresh and exciting with how much work has been put into it post-launch.
Eric Barone, AKA ConcernedApe and the creator of the game, took to Twitter on the game’s five year anniversary to thank fans and players for sticking with the game for so long. And with how the game has been constantly improving over the years, it’s entirely possible that Barone will continue to work on patches and updates to add more content to it.
Just a few months ago, we got update 1.5, which was the biggest content drop Stardew Valley’s seen in quite a while. It added new dungeons, new animals, tools, along with new early and late-game goals for players to work towards, and the patch got released for consoles just a couple weeks ago.
There’s still plenty of content to dive into in Stardew Valley even if you’ve been playing since launch, which is a testament to just how solid this farming sim is. Stardew Valley is now available on PC, consoles, and mobile devices.