Stardew Valley Launching on Mobile This Month

Angelica Greene
October 12, 2018

While the game will launch first on the iOS App Store, The Secret Police are now working on finishing up the Android version, and I hope to give you more news about an exact launch date soon. The iOS version is the full game, Barone assures fans, and it plays nearly identically to its PC and console counterparts.

PC players will be able to transfer their saves (albeit with no mod support) via iTunes onto the iOS version.

It'll cost you £8 once it's out, and that's it.

Will you be playing Stardew Valley on the go?

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The basic idea behind Stardew Valley is you take over your grandfather's farm and manage the allocation of your character's time.

Fans of Stardew Valley can rejoice as the popular farming simulator is making its way to mobile devices soon. It will arrive in the App Store on October 24. You'll be able to play it on iOS later this month. The game will launch on iOS via the App Store on October 24 for $7.99, with the Android version coming at a later date. Best of all, the game is free from the tyranny of micro-transactions.

There is something addictive in the nearly repetitive gameplay of simulators such as Stardew Valley. And, if you're using mods in Stardew Valley on PC, that will cause problems when importing the save files. There is no release date yet for Android.

Stardew Valley, a spiritual successor to Harvest Moon (and a damn fine one at that) is expanding its availability yet again with an announcement that the game will be coming to iOS in just a couple of short weeks. As he explained, this is the full Stardew Valley available on Windows, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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