Hello everyone! In this tutorial, we will introduce the Immersive Farm 2 Remastered in Stardew Valley Expanded (SVE). On the character creation page, you can choose the Immersive Farm 2 Remastered. If you haven’t installed it, the standard farm will be displayed instead.
To install the Immersive Farm 2 Remastered, you’ll need to download it from the SVE download page.
The image above shows the full view of Immersive Farm 2 Remastered. It is much larger than the original farm map, making it suitable for multiplayer gameplay. Let’s take a closer look at this map.
Upon entering the game, there will be a new starting event. Robin has known us for a few months now. Robin tells us she has repaired the bridge and most of the fences, as well as restored power to the farmhouse. Robin gives us a tour of the farmhouse’s backyard, where there’s a built pet house. She also shows us the stone bridge on the southern side of the farm, which was destroyed during a storm.
Robin says that fixing up the farm cost 103,500g, but we only have 500g right now. In the end, we return to the cabin, where we meet the Mayor. The Mayor has already cleaned up the cabin for us. Robin mentions that blacksmith Clint has made some tools for us to start cleaning the farm. The Mayor asks us to visit the residents of Pelican Town tomorrow, and Robin also invites us to her house as a guest.
Walking north from the cabin, there’s a path leading to the Deep Woods. Heading west from the cabin and crossing the small stone bridge, you’ll find a foraging area where you can collect forageable items.
Going further north, you’ll find Grandpa’s grave. Heading south from the foraging area, there’s a dock with a small boat that can take you to the quarry. This area has not only the usual quarry resources but also many abandoned items. To increase the spawn rate, you can clean up these items.
Heading south from the cabin, there’s a greenhouse. After unlocking the greenhouse, you can visit Robin’s shop or the Wizard’s Tower to move its location. This greenhouse has a larger planting area than the original one, with enough space for nine Iridium Sprinklers and 13 spots specifically for fruit trees, making it more user-friendly. Going south from the greenhouse and crossing the stone bridge, you can reach the Forest Mine. Heading west from the stone bridge, you can access the Hot Springs, where you can quickly recover energy and health.
Continuing east, you’ll find a small clearing with graves. Heading south, there’s a path that leads directly to the Secret Woods. Going east from the cabin, you can reach the bus stop. You can also take a hidden path north to the bus stop. Heading east and then south, you can reach Pelican Town. South of the bus stop is Grandpa’s Shed, which is initially abandoned and needs to be unlocked by completing tasks.
The first floor of the shed serves as a cellar where you can place casks to age wine, cheese, and other products. I usually place small kegs here for brewing.
The second floor is like a greenhouse, with just enough space for six Iridium Sprinklers. There’s also a water trough nearby for refilling your watering can.
Heading south from Grandpa’s shed, you’ll find another area to collect forageable items. This is where you’ll find the Bat/Mushroom Cave, which is larger than the original one and can hold more kegs.
Continuing east, there’s a minecart that can take you to the mines, where you have a chance to find ores and minerals. In the top-right corner, there’s a cave lake.
Heading south from the Bat/Mushroom Cave, there’s a path leading to a forest. Here, you can find large tree stumps that provide hardwood, which respawn daily, and forageable items. Going further north, the path is blocked by a meteorite that requires at least a gold pickaxe to break.
Continuing north, there’s a giant crop that can be harvested for its corresponding produce.
In the top-right corner of the cabin, there’s a minecart system. The left minecart can take you to the foraging area on the far west side of the farm. The right minecart can take you to the area beside the Bat/Mushroom Cave.
With the Immersive Farm 2 Remastered, you’ll enjoy a more expansive and engaging experience in Stardew Valley. So, roll up your sleeves and start exploring all the new features this map has to offer. Happy farming!