Stardew Valley’s Latest Update Adds Magical Constructions, New Starting Options, New Relationships

Big changes are coming to Stardew Valley. In a newly released beta update, which will soon be available from the Steam properties dropdown men, will change how players start the game.

Instead of being constrained to a single map, players will now be able to choose from five different maps when they first load, each of which is designed around different playstyles. Each farm will have its own unique bonuses.

The Hill-top farm will come with more mining possibilities, as well as a unique geode. The Forest farm will provide more opportunities for foraging and offer players with a chance to discover a unique plant that drops mixed seed items. Whereas the Riverland farm will provide players with plenty of opportunity to fish. Finally, the Wilderness farm spawns hostile bats and golems at night so players can hunt them.

In addition to the new farms, players can now marry Shane and Emily, both of whom have events and music. And all spouses now have a unique outdoor area and behavior on the farm. If you’re unhappy with your spouse, you can now divorce them by using a little book in the mayor’s house.

There are also a number of new building types, including the shed, mill, and a set of magical constructions.

The full list of changes can be found here.

Stardew Valley is currently only available on PC but it’s coming to PS4, Xbox One and Wii U before the end of 2016.