Just recently, Chucklefish revealed the release date for Stardew Valley on the Nintendo Switch. The farming simulator was sent in for approval around a month ago, with a release date following shortly afterward.
Luckily, the game won’t take up too much space on the Nintendo Switch. NeoGAF user Vanillalite shared the Stardew Valley listing on the eShop which reveals its 880 MB file size. Similarly, the Chucklefish CEO has also tweeted its icon on the Nintendo Switch home screen.
Because I know it's really important to some people, here is SDVs switch icon pic.twitter.com/XOS9Ap3EaH
— Tiy (@Tiyuri) October 2, 2017
The game is slated to arrive on the Nintendo Switch this week with the price of $14.99. The game takes many cues from the original Harvest Moon games in terms of core gameplay mechanics. You can farm, mine, fish, join various festivals, marry NPCs, and more. The developers are also working on some interesting multiplayer features, so that’s something to look forward to.
If you’re new to the farming scene and plan on picking up the game this week, check out our wiki guide for some tips and tricks to help you get started. Stardew Valley is also available to play on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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