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Stardew Valley Coming to iOS on October 24th

Written by Jordan Lucero on October 11th, 2018.

Are you ready to buy this game, again? Chucklefish, publisher of Stardew Valley, announced on Twitter that the critically-acclaimed farming sim will be coming to mobile! Stardew Valley launches for iOS on October 24th. The game is available for pre-order right now on the App Store for $7.99, requires iOS 10 or later, and will support offline play. According to the App Store estimate, Stardew Valley will take up 256-311 MB of space on your device. Unfortunately, this port doesn’t support multiplayer, but still includes some content from the game’s multiplayer update on other platforms. Of course, after purchasing the base game there will be no in-app purchases available. If you play on PC, you can even transfer your save file via iTunes. An Android version will be coming, but the release date is unknown right now.

You can get more details by reading the official blog post, or you can watch the trailer here! Are you pre-ordering? Is this a surprise to you? Let us know below in the comments.

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