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Too Much Chests NO MORE as Stardew Valley creator teases Big Chest

by Denueve
Stardew Valley 1.6 Chests

Stardew Valley, the beloved farming simulation game developed by Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone, has captured the hearts of millions of players worldwide with its charming gameplay and immersive world. As players delve into the rustic life of a farmer, one aspect that holds significant importance is the utilization of chests. These storage units serve as essential repositories for collecting and organizing items, allowing players to manage their resources effectively. However, in the face of limited chest capacity, players have expressed their concerns and frustrations. In response, ConcernedApe recently teased an exciting development – the introduction of a Big Chest. This article delves into the current limitations of chest capacity, the feedback from Stardew Valley players, and the anticipation surrounding the upcoming Big Chest update, exploring the potential benefits it may bring to enhance the storage experience in the game.

While chests are a lifeline in Stardew Valley, they’re not without their limitations. As it stands, the base capacity of a chest is a measly 36 slots. Considering the myriad of items you come across during your farming adventures, this limited space can quickly fill up, leaving you scrambling for storage solutions.

In a recent tweet made last December 2, 2023, ConcernedApe tweeted a teaser indicating the inclusion of bigger chest in Stardew Valley 1.6.

Given this teaser, we could all declutter those sheds holding mostly chests to organize your in-game belongings! While the exact date of release for the 1.6 update is still unknown, knowing that the creator is already in his elements working is greatly reassuring.

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