Stardew Valley Coming to iOS

Stardew Valley Coming to iOS

Stardew Valley Coming to iOS

Popular farming game Stardew Valley is making its way to Android and iOS. Naturally the mobile version will also sport an adapted UI and touch controls, and existing PC users will be able to transfer their game (but not their mods) to the new version.

Stardew Valley is a game that never seems to get old and players have gotten to enjoy the game on almost every console - apart from mobile that is. And for iOS, it's coming just a few weeks from now, on October 24.

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The cult hit farming game will hit iOS devices on October 24th, and has a $7.99 price tag and no in-app purchases.

The exciting news that the game will be heading to iPhone wasn't the only good news. Stardew Valley will be launching onto the iOS App Store on October 24th, an Android version is now in development.

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PC players will be able to transfer their saves (albeit with no mod support) via iTunes onto the iOS version. This port of Stardew Valley has been worked on with UK-based studio The Secret Police, who are also actively working on an Android version of the game.

Finally released on PC in 2016, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and even PlayStation Vita versions have followed in the years since. This may sound like a simple feature, but given how some of the most dedicated farmers have put hundreds of hours of work into their farms (namely our resident Stardew Valley expert Chris/HotDogBoy), this feature will be greatly appreciated amongst fans. We're a little surprised it isn't available on mobile though, but you won't have to wait too long to farm on your smartphone.

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