The creator of Stardew Valley who recently split with the game's original publisher and retrieved these rights yesterday, told players in an update yesterday that he prioritizes the ongoing development of his land-based simulator and puts another project on hold while doing it.
Eric Barone (also known as ConcernedApe) spoke with social concerns about the fact that he had been working on a new game before taking over the Stardew Valley publication and had said that he wanted to spend all his time on that project without creating new Stardew Valley content. Barone said it was no longer the case; while having felt burned out at times, "I continue to get new ideas for ways to improve and expand on the game.
" It's also such a great community surrounding the game, "added Barone," and I like to make you happy. "
This means that a new update (version 1
"I still plan to have a very active role in the future of Stardew Valley, "he wrote," and the author of all major Stardew Valley decisions and content. "Music and writing remains exclusively his province," explains Barone, but things like "programming, repairing errors, administration / business work or even pixel art … I think it would be good with some help.
Barone took over publishing tasks for Stardew Valley Linux, Mac, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Windows PC and Xbox One versions of UK-based Chucklefish effective yesterday, December 14th. Chucklefish is still responsible for Nintendo Switch, Android and iOS versions. The two had collaborated with all versions dating back to Stardew Valley 's original release for PC in 2013.
Baron's Top Priority for Stardew Valley is meanwhile to bring version 1.3 multiplayer updates to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 soon. The feature that was recently launched in the game on the Nintendo Switch.