Prepare for the release of Stardew Valley on Android devices, allowing you to jump into ConcernedApe’s smash-hit farming RPG on March 14th, 2019.
Since its release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Stardew Valley has captivated the world, even sparking articles to help a sister better understand her brother’s life with Autism. That very title is now finding its way to mobile devices thanks to the London-based studio The Secret Police and will be priced at a cool $7.99.
Additionally, ahead of its launch, The Secret Police and ConcernedApe have officially opened pre-registrations through the Play Store, allowing those interested in getting their hands on the game when it launches. Along with the news of the upcoming release date, the game will be playable in Korean, Italian, French, and Turkish along with multiple other languages.
Along with the newly revealed languages Stardew Valley will support, The Secret Police have officially revealed many of the games quality-of-life improvements made for mobile devices. You can see the list down below:
- Save at any time – even when you close the app!
- Pinch-zoom functionality, allowing players to handily zoom in to track down your Junimos or zoom out to get a full view of your farm
- New control systems including virtual joystick and invisible joystick options, ‘action / attack’ button option, improved auto-attack and Joypad adjuster tool with complete customization of your onscreen controls
Stardew Valley for Android devices is set to release on March 14th, 2019.
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