Despite launching years ago, Stardew Valley is still one of the more popular indie games today. The game’s 8-bit graphics and wholesome gameplay has resonated well with many gamers. The game has since been released on multiple platforms like the PC, Mac, mobile, and the Nintendo Switch.
With Stardew Valley now available on iOS devices, we’re sure that Android gamers are probably wondering when their turn will be. We have good news for Android gamers because it has been confirmed that Stardew Valley for Android will now be released on the 14th of March worldwide, so all Android gamers should be able to get their hands on it at the same time. The game will also be […]
For the longest time ever, Stardew Valley was largely a single-player game. This doesn’t mean that updates and new content wasn’t important, it’s just that for the most part it was mostly self-contained and players were pretty happy with what was available in the game. However the good news is that the game’s developer, ConcernedApe, has announced that he will be working on more Stardew Valley content moving forwards.
For the longest time, Stardew Valley existed as a single-player game where gamers went about growing their farm, interacting with the villagers, and starting a family. However last year it was revealed that the game would be getting a multiplayer update, and last week it was announced that the version of the Switch would be coming soon.
It has been a while since Stardew Valley’s developer announced that the game would be getting a multiplayer feature. In fact earlier this year the feature was released for gamers on the PC, Mac, and Linux, which we’re sure has some console gamers wondering when will it eventually get to them.
Earlier this month the folks at Chucklefish announced that Stardew Valley would be launching on mobile devices later this month. For those who wouldn’t mind getting their hands on the mobile version of the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that the game is now available for download where it will be priced at $7.99.
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.
Stardew Valley despite having launch a few years ago continues to be a very popular indie title. For those unfamiliar, the game is a cute farming sim that uses pixel art to help achieve that cute aesthetic. The game was first launched on the PC, but it eventually found its way onto consoles, and now it looks like it will be arriving on mobile devices as well.
For a while now we have been hearing that multiplayer will be a feature that will soon be coming to Stardew Valley. The multiplayer feature is currently in testing and the good news is that if this is an update you’ve been looking forward to, you’ll be pleased to learn that you won’t have to wait much longer for it.
Sony’s PS Vita handheld console is a pretty old piece of hardware, but we imagine that there are probably still a ton of gamers out there who are happily playing with it even after all these years. The good news is that while developers might not be rushing out to create new PS Vita titles these days, the folks at Chucklefish and ConcernedApe have not forgotten about it.
So we know that Stardew Valley fans have been waiting for the game’s multiplayer feature to be released, and the good news is that it looks like we’re one step closer to seeing it launched. According to an announcement on the Stardew Valley website, it seems that the multiplayer beta for the game is live.
ConcernedApe’s Stardew Valley indie farming sim has been out for a while now and we suppose in a way it has gotten a bit long in the tooth. However if you have been following the news, its developer has been working on changing that with new features, such as new single-player content as well as an upcoming multiplayer mode.
About a month ago, Stardew Valley’s developer announced that development on the multiplayer aspect of the game was progressing nicely, and that the next step would be to launch the feature as part of QA testing. The good news is that it looks like we’re one step closer to it being released.
Last year developer ConcernedApe announced that its indie darling Stardew Valley would be getting a multiplayer feature, with a beta expected to launch by the end of 2017. The beta was then delayed to 2018 but there was no mention of when it will be taking place, save for a rough time frame of Q1.