Fans of Stardew Valley can rejoice as the popular farming simulator is making its way to mobile devices soon. Developer Eric Barone revealed this news out of the blue, stating that the iOS version will launch in just two weeks time. The iOS version of Stardew Valley arrives on Oct. 24, with the Android version to come at a later date.
London-based mobile development studio The Secret Police is collaborating with Eric Barone to make this a reality. What you’ll get from this port is the full game with all of its features intact. The only main difference will be in the UI, menus and controls, which have been revamped for the touch screen.
While Stardew Valley will feature singleplayer content up to version 1.3, it won’t have multiplayer or mod support. Still, if you’re on PC, you can transfer your data to the iOS version through iTunes.
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You can pre-order the game now from the App Store. Stardew Valley is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The iOS version will launch on Oct. 24 at the price of $7.99, with the Android version to come soon after.