Stardew Valley is one of the year’s biggest hits and it recently hit the PS4 and Xbox One. With a Nintendo Switch version coming out next year, its popularity will only grow. Now that players are into the Harvest Moon-like farming simulator, players want to know how to make the most out of Spring.
Each season consists of 28 days, so during the first one, players should work on getting money. There are plenty of ways to do that in the game, usually involving farming and relationships. As most players of the PC version know, the first season is crucial, as it will dictate how the film will go.
First thing that should be done in Stardew Valley is to clean up the farm. Players know that the farm starts out as a bit of a mess, so it should be cleaned up. Once cleaned up, players should plant some seeds that can eventually become profitable crops. This is one of the better ways to get money in the game, so players should do this a bunch.
Players should save up some of their money for the funnily named Egg Festival. This happens halfway through Spring and can net players some Strawberry seeds. Obviously, these seeds let players grow some delicious Strawberries that can be sold for a high price.
It’s not just Strawberries that come from the seeds either, as other fruits can also grow from them. Best of all, the fruits can be sold for 120G each, making them a great way to make money. The seeds are 100G each, so players can make plenty of money for spending some dollars on seeds.
Since this is the first season of Stardew Valley, players should stay away from upgrades for now. Players should focus their money on parts of the farm that will help them earn more. Once the player reaches more than 10,000G, they can get an upgrade or two.
Stardew Valley is available now on the PS4 and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch version coming out soon. The PC version is still available for purchase. ?