Stardew Valley alternative offers more fantasy, more RPG and 8 player co-op

The look is similar to Stardew Valley, but Sun Haven goes for more fantasy.



The look is similar to Stardew Valley, but Sun Haven goes for more fantasy.

Sun Haven may not look like it, but it contrasts starkly with Stardew Valley. Even if the pixel look is of course similar to the original (or its role model Harvest Moon), there is a lot in Sun Haven that the competition doesn’t have to offer. You can read what all this is here.

Sun Haven mixes farming sim with fantasy RPG and offers co-op with 8 people

There are many similarities, of course that cannot be denied. But with farming sims, of course, that’s a bit in the nature of things. But Sun Haven doesn’t just want to be the next Stardew Valley, it wants to be much more.

  • More Fantasy: In Sun Haven there is mana, magic and all kinds of mythical creatures. For example, you can not play as a human, but as a cat creature.
  • More action: Fighting and magic is more of a focus in Sun Haven than it is in Stardew Valley, for example. You can also ride mythical creatures.
  • More RPGs: Sun Haven offers tons of RPG mechanics like quests and a very extensive skill tree. There is also a much greater focus on that and on the story.
  • No stamina: You have no restrictions on how long you can fish or chop wood, for example. Where you keel over in Stardew Valley, this is where it starts.
  • Auto saves: No bedtime! You no longer have to end each day by going to bed in Sun Haven. Instead, the game saves that way.
  • 8-player co-op: While you can play Stardew Valley with a maximum of four people, Sun Haven doubles that number again.
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This is what it looks like in action:

Sun Haven - The mix of farming sim and RPG in the trailer






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Sun Haven – The mix of farming sim and RPG in the trailer

when is it coming After quite a while in Early Access on the PC, Sun Haven has now started as a full release on March 11th. However, only once only on the PC. So you can now play the full game on your computer or Steam Deck (albeit with a few caveats), but nowhere else.

What about the consoles?

A Nintendo Switch version has already been announced. Originally it was supposed to appear at the same time as version 1.0. However, there is still no trace of her. So it should take a while, there hasn’t been any talk of an Xbox or PS5 version yet. But what is not, can still become.

How do you like Sun Haven, what do you think of the innovations in comparison? Which platform would you most like to play the title on?

Reference-www.gamepro.de