I know there's still plenty of time left in the year, but for me it's hard not to point to Stardew Valley as one of the unqualified successes of 2016, indie or otherwise. But while the game might have sold over a million copies in the space of what seems like bugger all, it's far from finished. The first major content patch is just around the corner, and its creator recently talked about everything that's in it.
PC Gamer took some time to interview Eric Barone, the sole developer behind Stardew Valley, at PAX West. He outlined what's coming in the game's 1.1 update, including a whole range of new locations, farm buildings, and most importantly, the ability to marry Shane and Emily.
A lot of fan feedback has been incorporated; you'll be able to add honey into mead. Barone also confirmed that Stardew Valley should be launching on PS4, Xbox One and Wii U by the end of the year, with multiplayer set to be added into the game in 2017.