The featured image for our Sun Haven multiplayer guide, featuring the game's title card infront of a fantasy farm growing a variety of growing plants.

Sun Haven Multiplayer Guide (March, 2023)

Are you looking to play with your friends on Sun Haven? Or perhaps you want to make some new friends and play with some new gamers? Whatever the case, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve created a Sun Haven Multiplayer guide, and in this article, we’ll cover how you can access multiplayer, and the different options you can select when starting a lobby.

Sun Haven is a fantasy farming simulator available on MacOS and Windows. For more information about the game, check out the official Sun Haven Twitter page. If you’re looking for a new game to play, check out our Tower Of God Great Journey tier list, Noah’s Heart tier list, and our Heaven Burns Red tier list.

Sun Haven Multiplayer Guide

We’ll now crack on with the guide at hand.


We’ll start at the very beginning, talking about how you can access multiplayer, before diving into the different features, as well as the lobby settings.

To access multiplayer in Sun Haven, you simply go to the main menu screen and select the option “multiplayer”. It’s simple enough, but it’s understandably missed by gamers who are in a hurry.

Setting Up A Lobby

Once you’ve got onto multiplayer, you’ll be bombarded with several different lobby options. It might seem overwhelming at first, but don’t worry! That’s where we come in.

The two prominent options allow you to connect to a lobby, as well as set up your own. Joining a friend’s lobby is simple enough, but the latter gives you a few variables that you can change, such as the lobby type (friends or private), if the money will be split in-game, and how many players can join the lobby. The game allows up to eight maximum, but you can change anything under that!

After you’ve selected your ideal setup, continue to create a character. If you’re returning to a previously played lobby, you’ll be able to load your saved data.


As mentioned earlier, there’s different types of economy modes that you can set the game to: split economy, and shared economy. Don’t let this confuse you, though, as the differences are quite easy to grasp and pretty self-explanatory!

Split economy means that whenever you sell an item, you’ll keep all of the profits made. In shared economy, when you go to sell an item, the profits will be shared between all players.