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Stardew Valley dev may be very protecting of their IP, will not simply hand it over
You see, based on an interview with IGN, Barone is kind of protecting of the Stardew Valley model. He says that he’s cautious about simply “[handing] it over to somebody” to make what they need with the IP. That is largely in reference to a possible film adaptation of the sport. Whereas there isn’t one within the works, Barone says he’d be concerned about an enormous display screen model if the suitable studio or director got here alongside. Nevertheless, he nonetheless says he would “have to be intently concerned” with such a mission.
Think about Stardew Valley set in Twin Peaks
Particularly, Barone would possible conform to an adaptation if he was approached by Studio Ghibli. In a considerably tonal shift away from Japanese animation, he additionally mentioned he could be joyful if Eraserhead and Twin Peaks director David Lynch needed to make a Stardew film. Now, who wouldn’t wish to see that?
As for the sport itself, we’re anticipating a brand new replace, which the developer has been teasing currently. We don’t know when it’s prone to roll out, however model 1.6 is claimed to be including new dialogue, a brand new farm kind, winter outfits for villagers, and extra.
In any case, Stardew continues to be going sturdy, notable for having an enormous quantity of content material for a small, impartial recreation. Whether or not a movie adaptation will ever see the sunshine of day stays to be seen, however I’m questioning how Tarantino would painting a sleepy Pelican City.