Stardew Valley is coming to mobile this month

Joanna Estrada
October 11, 2018

Unfortunately, there's no way to sync with your PC-you'll just have to copy the game's data over via iTunes.

I might not be necessarily eager to get back to the Valley, but if I did, it's nice to know I could bring along my established farms.

Stardew Valley is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

The mobile version of the game is set to release on the iOS App Store on 24 October 2018 and is being developed by London-based mobile development studio The Secret Police. "The main difference is that it has been rebuilt for touch-screen gameplay", Barone added.

The developer behind Stardew Valley, the hit indie farming sim, this week announced the game was coming to mobile devices.

The developer says this is indeed the full game (with content up to version 1.3), albeit with touch controls and touch-focused tweaks (e.g. new UI). The iOS version will arrive first, but the developers are now working on finishing up the Android version, so we should get more news on an exact launch date soon. The Android version is coming later, but there's no official launch date yet. Of course mods are not supported, but at least you can still take your farm on the go.

A release window for Android was not provided.

News of a mobile release means you can soon play Stardew Valley practically anywhere. The game will cost £7.99 / $7.99 / €8,99 and will not feature any in-app purchases.

What is unexpected, however, is that Barone specifies that PC gamers can import their save files to the iOS version of the game.

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