Farming goodness on the go is almost upon us!
Farming sim fans rejoice, Stardew Valley has been approved for the Nintendo Switch and a release date is in the process of being finalized as we speak, according to developer Chucklefish’s CEO.
The news comes via a tweet from Finn Brice’s Twitter account last night (which you can see below). According to Brice, Stardew Valley’s Switch version has been approved and Chucklefish is now working with “all parties involved” to finalize a release date. As such, it shouldn’t be too long until we know when we’ll be planting turnips and tending to sheep on the Switch.
Stardew Valley Switch Update, we've been approved. Working on finalising a release date with all parties involved. Will continue to inform!
— Tiy (@Tiyuri) September 26, 2017
The release of Stardew Valley’s Switch version will mean the title is available on all four major current platforms – PC, Xbox One, PS4, and the Switch. A multiplayer update is due to hit all versions of the game sometime in 2018, though a release date has yet to be confirmed for this as of yet.
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