Stardew Valley, a popular farming simulator that launched back in February of 2016, has been teasing its 1.5 update for quite some time. Well, according to a tweet from the developer, Eric Barone, the update is in the "home stretch."
the 1.5 update is in the "home stretch", it's a very big update so there is a lot of polishing and bug fixing necessary to make sure it's ready. It'll be very fun to share it with all of you in the near future. I think you'll be really happy and surprised with all the new stuff!— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) November 13, 2020
According to Eric, the update is full of content, including additions to Stardew Valley's end-game. Not much is known about the full details of what the 1.5 update will entail. We know that it will be bringing split-screen co-op, allow players to grow banana's, move their beds, and a few other things that Eric Barone has teased on his Twitter.
It's definitely more heavy on the late-game content, but there are some new features/options that you can choose for a new game that might make a fresh run worthwhile— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) November 13, 2020
Maybe the 1.5 update will be the perfect time for me to finally purchase the game!