In Stardew Valley, chests are essential for storing your items. But, you may find that your chests are in inconvenient locations as your house grows and your storage needs grow.
Don’t worry they can be moved easily. Here’s How to Move Chest in Stardew Valley.
How to Move Chest in Stardew Valley
In Stardew Valley, you’ll craft and collect a lot of stuff. Despite only having a limited amount of space in your backpack, you are still able to build chests around your farm to store anything you don’t need to carry around.
These chests each have 30 slots for storing different items. With 50 wood, you can craft chests right away. Depending on how you’ve placed the chest and what’s inside, it might seem as though you can’t move it.
And, the axe won’t cut it; you must first empty it out. You can then whack the chest and have it placed into your inventory to move around anywhere once it is empty. So, keep in mind that empty chests can only be moved.
For moving chests in Stardew Valley, you don’t need to know much else. You should have no problems as long as you have emptied it before hitting it with your axe.
How to Move Full Chests in v1.5
The contents of a chest that had items inside it before the v1.5 update had to be emptied completely before the chest could be moved.
After that, you had to hit it with your farming tool and move the chest. Then, put the items back in the chest. The task was difficult.
The v1.5 update, however, has reduced the requirement to ten hits with empty hands. After you hit it, one square will move in that direction.
You will move one square to the left or right if something blocks the chest from moving in the direction you’re hitting it in. Or it will move behind you one square.
A chest is one of the most useful items in the game. The more you level up, the more you will depend on them because you cannot carry everything on your character. You can also keep items in these boxes indefinitely.
Anywhere on the map is a suitable place to keep the chest. In Stardew Valley, you can place and move chests in your path if you frequent the caves or the Skull Cavern often. By doing so, you can obtain resources as you see fit.
In contrast, if you leave a chest on a path used by another NPC, it will disappear. Its contents will scatter around that area. A single slot can also hold up to 999 units of one resource. That’s pretty handy.
We recommend you keep all your chests in one place. This will ensure you don’t miss out on any rare resources that you have earned.