Home » Gaming » Stardew Valley » Stardew Valley Alex guide

Stardew Valley Alex guide

Alex, is that you?

Updated: Apr 7, 2022 2:21 pm
Stardew Valley Alex guide

Alex is one of the romance candidates that you can marry in Stardew Valley. He is a young man who just graduated from high school and like most of the other NPCs that hail from Pelican Town, he has a deep story arc. At first glance, he may look like a simple guy who has a full-time job. But there is more to him than meets the eye. If you want to marry Alex in Stardew Valley, here’s what you need to do.

How to romance Alex in Stardew Valley

Alex Guide

Alex was born in Summer 13 and he lives at 1 River Road. To find him, you can head to the east side of Pierre’s building or head north of the Saloon. His Clinic visit is on Summer 16 and his Night Market visit is on Winter 17. Alex works as an ice cream scooper but it is a seasonal job that keeps him employed for only three months of the year.

Alex does not have a particularly busy schedule as he works at an ice cream stand. His only friend in Stardew Valley seems to be Haley. If you want to romance Alex, you should also increase your friendship with Haley. You need to have at least six hearts with Haley to trigger his “every day” schedule, so you can meet him frequently.

If you want to gift something to Alex, we recommend giving a salmon dinner or a complete breakfast. Universal loves work as usual. Salmon dinners and complete breakfasts are not available right at the start of the game and you might have to progress through the game a little to get access to them. He also likes all eggs except the void ones, so be careful when getting anything for him. If you want to marry Alex, you should focus on his two and eight heart events which can be quite tricky but his other events should not pose a problem at all for you.

More Stardew Valley Guides

Featured walkthrough guides

Featured best guides

Your questions answered

Head over to our Stardew Valley hub for more news, guides and how-to’s

WePC is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

Trusted Source

WePC’s mission is to be the most trusted site in tech. Our editorial content is 100% independent and we put every product we review through a rigorous testing process before telling you exactly what we think. We won’t recommend anything we wouldn’t use ourselves. Read more