The highly popular Stardew Valley RPG launched on iOS nearly five months ago and it was a hit. Stardew Valley instantly became one of the most popular games on the App Store and now, the developers are switching their focus to Android. Stardew Valley is going to be made available for download on the Google Play Store with a price tag of $8 on March 14th.
Therefore, Android smartphone users will finally be able to manage their virtual farms without having to open their PCs, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch.
Stardew Valley is Coming to Android
Stardew Valley is a farming simulator that first launched on PC. The developers who made the game focused on providing players with an immersive and fulfilling gameplay system instead of great graphics and this made Stardew Valley one of the most popular games in the world. Now, the game’s user base is going to grow even bigger since the game will arrive on the Google Play Store.
Veteran Players Don’t Need to Start All Over Again
What’s great about Stardew Valley for Android is that veteran players won’t need to start from scratch again. Stardew Valley fans who invested hundreds of hours into the game will be able to load up their virtual farms on their Android powered smartphones and manage them remotely.
To make things even better, the developers of the game have announced that they made some quality of life changes to the game in order to make it more fun to play on smartphones.
The changes that we are talking about are things such as the ability to pinch-zoom, save at any time and even a virtual joystick that makes it easier for players to control their character.
In addition, the Android version of Stardew Valley will be available with three more languages support than the usual ones and they are: French, Turkish, Korean