Developer Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone has given details on an upcoming patch for the mobile version of Stardew Valley.
Released in 2016, Stardew Valley's success has been undisputed. Reimagining Harvest Moon-style gameplay, this farming/life-sim struck a chord with plenty of players looking for a cozy and fulfilling game.
While developer ConcernedApe has largely shifted focus onto a new game, Haunted Chocolatier, updates for Stardew Valley have slowed down. But, mobile players have some updates on the way. aiming to fix some persistent bugs that have cropped up in-game.
Stardew Valley Mobile Patch 1.5: Full Notes Detailed
The following updates will appear in the mobile 1.5 patch for Stardew Valley and, according to ConcernedApe on Jan. 9, will be "submitted soon":
- Fixed crash if you "emergency load" and have Junimo huts
- Fixed issue where NPCs were found in strange places, and walking where they aren't supposed to
- Fixed issue where horse was missing after an emergency load
- Fixed issue where shipping bin deposits would be lost after an emergency load
- Fixed animals getting stuck outside and becoming upset
- Fixed issue where cursors were showing up in menus
- Fixed inability to advance text during the "Solarian Chronicles" event
- Fixed issue where auto-grabbers were erroneously showing as "full"
- Restored the missing starter quest
- Tapping on supply crates now auto-selects an appropriate tool
- Fixed pathfinding issue with the secret fishing spot in the Beach Farm
- "Add items to stacks" button added to chest
While this isn't a huge content update like some players might be hoping for, it certainly goes a long way to keeping the game stable across all of its many platforms.