Stardew Valley Players Will Soon be Able to Put Hats on Pets

Stardew Valley start screen.

Devotees of ConcernedApe are in for a treat as the renowned solo developer continues to deliver exciting updates. Over the past few days, they’ve unveiled a sneak peek of Stardew Valley’s highly anticipated 1.6 update and unveiled fresh screenshots for the upcoming Haunted Chocolatier game. Now, in a recent tweet, Eric Barone, aka ConcernedApe, has delighted fans once more by introducing a captivating new feature for the upcoming 1.6 update—players will soon have the ability to adorn their cats and dogs with adorable hats in Stardew Valley.

You Will Soon Be Able to Put Hats on Cats and Dogs in Stardew Valley

Hats represent just one of the myriad customization choices available in Stardew Valley, providing players with an array of delightful headwear options earned through in-game accomplishments. These hats can add a stylish touch to the player, their offspring, and even their loyal equine companion. What’s even more enchanting is the forthcoming inclusion of pets in the hat-wearing fun, as these furry friends will soon have the chance to don these charming accessories within the game according to a new tweet from ConcernedApe.

This exciting new addition will make its debut in the much-anticipated Stardew Valley 1.6 Update. Originally conceived as a patch to enhance modding capabilities, this update now encompasses a wealth of additional content for players to immerse themselves in. Among the highlights are a brand-new festival, an array of fresh items, engaging dialogue, updated winter aesthetics for NPCs, and, perhaps most notably, the eagerly awaited ability to bestow hats upon our beloved pets.

Regrettably, there is still no official release date announced for the highly anticipated 1.6 Update. However, once this patch becomes available, it will be accessible to players across various platforms, including PC, consoles, and mobile devices.

Thoughts on the new hats on cats and dogs addition in Stardew Valley 1.6? Drop them below.



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