Stardew Valley Coming to iOS and Android

Donna Miller
October 10, 2018

The mobile port is being developed by The Secret Police, rather than the teams now working on porting multiplayer into Stardew's console versions.

The iOS version launches on October 24, but there's no launch date for the Android port right now.

"Today, I've got some exciting news to share with everyone", says Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone in a recent blog post.

The mobile version lacks mod support and multiplayer content, but adds touch-related tweaks. Well, at least iOS users will since the Android version of the game isn't finished yet.

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Lastly, there's a new trailer for Stardew Valley below which shows off how certain things like the HUD will look on mobile devices. 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.

Barone said the mobile version of Stardew Valley includes the full game and plays nearly identically to the PC version, with the UI changing slightly to support touch screen gameplay. Unfortunately, mod support and multiplayer content isn't available in the mobile version. The game will cost £7.99 / $7.99 / €8,99 and will not feature any in-app purchases.

Barone also says iOS players can transfer their PC saves to mobile via iTunes - hopefully Android players can transfer their saves too. Xbox One and PS4 Multiplayer updates will follow (all being done by Sickhead Games).

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