Stardew Valley creator reveals “Beware of Cats (and Dogs)” feature that appears to be coming in update 1.6

Stardew Valley creator Eric “Concerned Ape” Barone has teased a delightful new feature that could be coming to the farming RPG as part of the highly anticipated 1.6 update, and it will apparently allow players to put hats on their beloved in-game pets.

“Beware of Cats (and Dogs),” Read Barone’s post on X, who shared four images of pixel pets with headwear ranging from bow ties to collectible hats and the iconic fashion hat. The idea that Stardew Valley’s pets would soon be given the dignity they deserve without having to resort to mods sparked great joy among many in the community, while others seized the opportunity and longed for more features to the game.

Some fans have been curious as to whether the new feature will be included in update 1.6 or whether it will make its debut in Barone’s next title, The Haunted Chocolatier. Judging by the fact that some of the hats, floors and wallpaper seen in the images perfectly match existing Stardew Valley assets, it’s probably the former.

Barone recently revealed a number of features confirmed with Stardew Valley update 1.6, including eight-player multiplayer support on PC, 100 lines of new dialogue, new late-game quest endings, and a number of other new customizations, items, and Features. However, The Concerned Ape has not yet announced the release date for the new content.

The endless wait has apparently become too much for Terraria producer Cinx, who jokingly turned to negotiating in the comments, offering Barone: “If you tell me the release date for 1.6, I will tell you the release date for 1.4.5. “

Cinx was referring to Terraria’s long-awaited update 1.4.5, which will bring a number of updates, items and improvements to the hugely popular ongoing title, as well as a crossover event with the roguelite Metroidvania Dead Cells.

Be sure to check out IGN’s comprehensive guides and wiki to get the most out of your farm and discover every secret Stardew Valley has to offer.

Anthony is a freelance writer who covers science and video game news for IGN. He has over eight years of experience reporting on groundbreaking developments in various scientific fields and has absolutely no time for your shenanigans. Follow him on Twitter @BeardConGamer

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