Our Fae Farm Multiplayer Guide will tell you how Multiplayer works, how to set up a Multiplayer game, and what you can (and cannot) do in Multiplayer.
Fae Farm is a fun Farming RPG in its own right -- you can run around the world catching Critters, raising Animals, and Farming Crops. You can share the experience with your friends in Multiplayer, too, but there are some limitations -- read on to learn how Multiplayer works!
How to Play Fae Farm Multiplayer
- One player must host the game by clicking on the Multiplayer icon in the menu.
- The Host must then invite other players through Steam, their Phoenix Labs account, or their console's friend system.
- The other players can then join the game and you can play together.
How Fae Farm Multiplayer Works
Fae Farm Multiplayer is a little different than the usual game. Here are the important things you need to know about the online Multiplayer experience.
- There is a maximum of four players in a game.
- You cannot pause the game.
- Anyone joining a Host will have to create a new character.
- Players will get Wings and basic Tools based on the Host's progress.
- However, Tool Progression does not carry over. Even if the Host has Diamond Tools, any additional players joining will have to upgrade their Tools.
- All progress made is saved for joined characters as far as we can tell.
- Players will have to pick up any Decoration Recipes again.
- All activated Wayshrines on the Map are available to everyone.
- All activated Wayshrines in Dungeons are available to everyone.
- All players can access Storage.
- All players can harvest Animals.
- Gold Florins (Money) is shared between all players.
- Anyone can Sleep and end the day for everyone.
- Some, but not all, Quest progress is shared.
- Newly-joining players will not gain the House Coziness benefits until they have slept for at least 1 day.
- Players cannot join a game at will; they have to be invited.
- The Host can kick any player at any time if needed.
Unfortunately, there appear to be very few protections against griefing or stealing -- make sure you only invite people you trust into your Multiplayer games!
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