Stardew Valley is essentially a digital game, but for those who really love the game and wouldn’t mind getting their hands on a physical copy of the game, Japanese publisher Oizumi Amuzio has announced that they will releasing a physical Collector’s Edition version of the game that will come bundled with certain goodies.

This includes a special box with three bonus items, such as the original soundtrack for the game (which is actually rather relaxing for those who have played it), a map of Pelican Town, and also a beginner’s guidebook that will help players ease into the game and also teach them some of the basics of the game.

The Collector’s Edition will cost 3,500 yen which is roughly $30 and will be available for both the PS4 and the Nintendo Switch. This is actually not too bad of a deal since the game roughly costs around $15, so for an additional $15 you’d be getting some extra goodies, but whether or not the price difference is worth it is up to you.

In the meantime the game’s publishers have also announced that Stardew Valley will be heading onto mobile devices later this week. It will be more or less the same game that you’ve come to expect, except that you will now be able to take it with you on the go (say goodbye to battery life!).

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