Stardew Valley 1.6 Update Unveiled: A Sweet Treat for Modders and Players Alike


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The world of Stardew Valley is about to get even sweeter, as ConcernedApe, the developer behind the hit farming simulation game, has announced the highly anticipated 1.6 update. With a focus on modders and improvements to the game’s code, the update promises to be a game-changer for players and developers alike.

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But fans of Haunted Chocolatier, ConcernedApe’s upcoming confectionery store simulation game, will have to wait a little longer, as the developer has put it on the back burner for now. The good news is that once the Stardew 1.6 update is released, ConcernedApe will return to the haunted world of Chocolatier to continue its development.

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According to the official wiki, Stardew 1.6 will completely overhaul the game’s code to give modders more flexibility in their work. Custom items, crops, fences, and trees will get a facelift, and there will be a 40% increase in performance. The update will also be compatible with all kinds of platforms, ensuring that players can enjoy the game on their preferred device.

One of the most exciting aspects of the Stardew 1.6 update is the move to .NET 6, a newer and more powerful development toolbox. This will allow for better support for machine learning and artificial intelligence, which is a game-changer in the ever-evolving landscape of AI.

While the update is mainly aimed at modders, there will be new game content as well. However, it will be much less than the previous update, Stardew 1.5. ConcernedApe has hinted that a follow-up 1.7 update is not guaranteed, so players should make the most of the changes in 1.6.

Fans of Haunted Chocolatier may be disappointed that the game has been put on hold, but ConcernedApe wants it to stand alone and not rely on connections to Stardew Valley. There have been hints that the two games will have some fanservice cross-references, but fans shouldn’t expect anything too substantial.

Despite the delay of Haunted Chocolatier, fans of Stardew Valley are excited for the 1.6 update. With improvements to the game’s code and a focus on modders, the update promises to take the game to new heights. And who knows, some fans may even create their own version of Haunted Chocolatier while they wait for the real thing to arrive.

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