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Aslan Gavrilov
Aslan Gavrilov

Stardew Valley Online [UPD]

The player who created the world is the "host", and the other players are "farmhands". The host has the save file on their system, and can play it in both multiplayer and single-player mode. If the host isn't online or the farm isn't currently open to other players, then farmhands can't access the world or their characters in that world. Farm ownership can't be transferred to farmhands without modding.

Stardew Valley online


Stardew Valley co-op makes multiplayer easier than ever now that the farming simulation has online and split-screen options to play with friends. You can mix and match how you and your friends collaborate on your farm with options for splitting resources and controlling how your game operates while multiple farmers are present. Stardew Valley co-op works around your playstyle.

The good news is there's no server set up required for multiplayer. Instead, you will be able to invite your friends online directly through whatever platform you're using. Choose co-op in the main menu to choose whether you want to host a farm (either a new farm or one of your existing farms) or join a friend's farm.

Invite 1-3 players to join you in the valley! Players can work together to build a thriving farm, share resources, and build relationships with townspeople or each other. As more hands are better than one, players have the option to scale profit margin on produce sold for a more challenging experience.

This software includes modes or features for which an internet connection and a paid membership to Nintendo Switch Online are required. Any online play modes require a paid membership to Nintendo Switch Online. To use online services, you must create a Nintendo Account and accept the related agreement. The Nintendo Account Privacy Policy applies. Some online services may not be available in all countries. Find out more about paid Nintendo Switch Online memberships.

I don't care for the multiplayer (I'm a loner), and of the brief knowledge I have of the game, there's characters you can date?? (Again, very lonely) so I was wondering if I could just play the game normally without using the online stuff, without a Nintendo online account.

The Stardew Valley co-op mode doesn't support cross-platform play, and remote players will need their own copy of the game/subscription to their console's online services. This is pretty standard for most co-op games, but with a noticeable push towards cross-platform capabilities, it's worth knowing that Stardew doesn't have this (yet). While ConcernedApe works on the upcoming Haunted Chocolatier, there are no immediate plans for more Stardew updates so now is a great time to check out what the co-op mode has to offer.

There are a few different ways to play Stardew Valley in multiplayer mode. Players with an existing farm can have either online or local players join their farm, or they can create a new farm for a multiplayer game. The first step to enabling a farm to host multiple players is to have Robin build a cabin on the farm for a second player; this can be repeated for up to four players on most consoles, and two on the Switch.

Once the cabin is built, the player just has to select "Local Co-op" from the multiplayer section in the options menu. This enables the split screen mode, but if player's exit the game after the cabin is built and then enter co-op mode from the main menu, they can use their existing farm to host online players.

In 2018 Eric Barone and Cole Medeiros, introduced online through their mutual friend Matt Griffin, played a co-op game of Stardew Valley and discussed the idea of making a Stardew Valley board game. They didn't know exactly what it would look like, but they knew Stardew had all the components of a great board game. 041b061a72

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