If you’re new to the blog, welcome. Today, you’re gonna learn how to setup your game and we’ll teach you how to play Stardew Valley properly.
How to Play Stardew Valley
Well, first, you’ll need to have a copy of the game. Buy a copy from Steam or GOG. Make sure you have more than 4 GB of memory space. If you’re not sure if your computer can run Stardew Valley, you can also check this guide here.
Install the game and once you’re done, you can now open the game. Look for the Co-op in the Main Menu, but for now, I highly suggest trying the game first before going into Multiplayer.
There are several reasons why you need to pay attention to the gameplay mechanics in solo, before going out into the co-op feature with your friends.
Stardew Valley’s learning curve isn’t necessarily hard, per se, but familiarizing yourself with how t the game works is one of the core requirements in order to have the overall best gaming experience.
If your game is stuttering, then we have the best fix for you. Check this out.
How to Play Stardew Valley Multiplayer
It can be a little hit or miss if you’re not familiar with how to play Stardew Valley on Multiplayer. Stardew Valley itself is a single-player game, so the experience won’t be the same if you try to switch to multiplayer.
We always suggest playing the game first, learning the mechanics, and understanding the function of the game’s designs in order to understand what’s going on.
But if you’re itching to play Stardew Valley on Multiplayer, here are the things you’ll need to know:
- You both need to have the same copies of Stardew Valley
- Connected at the same network (on LAN)
- You need to be able to run Stardew Valley
If you already met all three, then you’re all set, and you won’t have to ask how to play Stardew Valley on Multiplayer.
Here’s a definitive guide you’ll have to check out if you want to join or host your own server to play co-op. You can also check this Nintendo Switch guide for Multiplayer. We also have our PS4 Guide which might help you set up your game.