Stardew Valley may be a game filled with secrets waiting to be discovered, and consistent with the game’s creator, a number of them are still waiting.
Concerned Ape (aka Eric Barone), replied to a lover on Twitter asking if Stardew Valley still had any undiscovered secrets. “I think this is often currently true, yea,” Barone wrote.
One of the many secrets Barone buried into Stardew Valley includes the ConcernedApe logo on the intro screen, which ditches the sunglasses and opens its eyes when clicked. Or if you type “ConcernedApe” as your favorite thing in character creation, you will get some new text once you use a StarDrop.
Some of the secrets are much more complex, which lends credence to the notion that not all of them are discovered. As our sister site PC Gamer points out, getting the Galaxy Sword requires a laundry list of obscure steps that would take ages to urge right without a guide.
Stardew Valley is getting another free update soon, only months after the massive 1.4 updates launched in November with plenty of latest stuff. There is a good chance 1.5 will add even more secrets to Stardew Valley that we’ll be digging after for months, if not years to return.
It was announced in February that Barone was performing on another game within the Stardew universe. Despite his best efforts to contain the hype, the GamesRadar team can’t stop pondering the chances for a Stardew Valley sequel.