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Stardew Valley Patch 1.5.5 secures the future and improves mods

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December 02, 2021, 3:11 pm


Author: Adrian Werner

Patch 1.5.5 for Stardew Valley has been released. It does not introduce new content, but instead implements changes that will pay off over the years.


PATCH 1.5.5 INCLUDES:

  1. Moving from XNA to the open source MonoGame that secures the future of the game;
  2. Improvements for modders;
  3. Mods with more than 4 GB of RAM;
  4. Controls fixes, including the ability to chase away animals if they block our space, e.g. under a building.

Anew update for the agricultural role play Stardew Valley was published. It is only available on the PC. According to the game’s developer Eric Barone, this is a humble patch, but it should have a huge impact on the game’s future.

The patch was numbered 1.5.5. marked and changes the game from official XNA tools to their open source successor called MonoGame. In practice, it secures the future of Stardew Valley since XNA was abandoned by Microsoft eight years ago. In addition, thanks to this change, modders can finally fall back on more than 4 GB of RAM. Eric Barone also made a number of changes to the game to make it easier for modders.

In addition, update 1.5.5 improves the user interface so that we can buy and craft 25 items at the same time by holding down the Ctrl-Shift key. The developer also added the option to push animals away if they block the place where we want to place a building. The game also offers the option of buying back items that have been sold in error, as long as we do so within the same stay in the shop.

Patch 1.5.5 also fixes a number of bugs, glitches, and localization issues.

Eric Barone also announced that patch 1.5.6 is already in development and will bring further improvements for modders. He didn’t reveal details, but promised that they would include major changes that the modding community has been asking for a long time.

  1. Stardew Valley – How to Play
  2. Stardew Valley – Official Website

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