Stardew Valley, one of the best farming RPG's that can be played, will be getting split-screen co-op in the upcoming 1.5 update. This announcement came from the game's creator on Twitter.
In Stardew Valley 1.5, there will be splitscreen co-op! pic.twitter.com/n7XhPWSuSi— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) October 16, 2020
The split-screen co-op will support up to four simultaneous screens on PC, and for some consoles, it will be limited to two. This will probably be true for the Nintendo Switch, as it has lower specifications than that of other consoles and PC.
Yup! splitscreen will be coming to console and PC, though the number of simultaneous players might vary (on PC, you will be able to have up to 4, but on some platforms it might be limited to 2)— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) October 16, 2020
With this update, Stardew Valley now supports both Online multiplayer gameplay and local co-op. This makes Stardew Valley excellent for playing with your friends during the pandemic through online play, and when the pandemic calms down, you can have your friends over for some co-op Stardew Valley play!
I am excited to try this update out once it hits!