Co-op-7 of Stardue Valley split-screen is getting Eurogamernet

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Stardow Valley is getting split-screen co-option.

The feature hits the much-loved indie classic with the upcoming 1.5 update. The PC version may have a four-player split-screen, but some other platforms may be limited to two-player split-screen.

Developer Eric “Concernedep” Baron took to Twitter a number of screenshots that certainly shook the fan’s tongues to announce the feature.

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Many fans still don’t know about the next big update of Stardust Valley, but Baron has released a snippet of information about the new feature since it was confirmed that he is working on 1.5 in February 2020. We know that bananas are coming into play.

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In addition to the 1.5 update of Stardow Valley, Baron is also in the early stages of his next two projects, both single-player, top-down 2D games with Pixel Art Aesthetic, one of which is a non-farming game. Advised “Don’t be too hyped at this stage”.

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