Everyone’s been taken in by the countryside RPG Stardew Valley. Originally coming out on PC, it’s making its way to the Xbox One next week, and creator Eric Barone has announced that next week on the 13th, PS4 players will be able to get in on the action.
For those who haven’t played it yet, players will take the role of an office worker who’s inherited their grandfather’s old farm and decided to move away and handle it full time. You can also meet the locals on the farm, learn their history, and even date and start a family with them. If you’ve played the Harvest Moon games, this’ll be right up your alley.
While PS4 and Xbox One players get to play Stardew Valley this month, Nintendo fans will have to wait a little longer. The previously announced WiiU version of the game has been scrapped so it can instead be on the upcoming Nintendo Switch, which has a vague release date of March. Then again, you’ll be able to play it on the go on the Switch, so it’s not completely bad news.
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