Originally teased back in 2015, popular - and charming - farming RPG 'Stardew Valley' is still without official co-op support. But developer's Chucklefish are at least ready to define what they mean when they say that it's coming.
Grabbing up to 160,000 views through its first day on the official channel, the announcement of vampires finally arriving within The Sims 4 seems to have gained the expected attention.
Taking to the forums to announce the patch's completion on Wednesday, Stardew Valley dev Eric Barone also stated how he wouldn't release the patch into the wild before he was certain every major bug was either squashed or accounted for.
Released earlier this year with eventual co-op play promised, sole Stardew Valley creator, Eric Barone , eventually drafted in help from his publisher's other teams to help speed up the process while he, still single-handedly pushed forward in creating new content for the main gain.
Maxis have updated The Sims 4 allowing players to customise their Sims without forcing them into gender boundaries. This is the first time a Sims game has allowed players to customise their characters this much. We expect this to be the standard for all Sims games in the future.
Everyone is getting into that final swing of sales for the holidays and it's generally the last shot shoppers will have at getting some premium buys before the year is out. Not to be left out, EA is hosting their holiday sale on Origin starting today and running through this entire weekend.
For PC gamers who need to get their Harvest Moon fix, solo developer Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone's long awaited farming RPG, Stardew Valley, has appeared on Steam with a "Coming Soon" release date. Chucklefish Games is assisting the developer with launching the title; the studio is best known for such titles as Starbound, Wanderlust Adventures, and Interstellia.
EAthat Get Together, the second major expansion pack for The Sims 4, has been delayed into December. It was originally meant to launch in November, so this isnt the biggest delay.
Now what Team Meat'shas released deeply weird police line-up game Fingered, he's returning his attention back to loveable Meat Boy.
has announced The Sims 4: Get Together , the second expansion pack for the life simulator. It focuses on social encounters like clubbing, shopping, dating, and having sex in cupboards. I'm actually not joking about that last one.