Stardew Valley for Android is finally out next month

Stardew Valley for Android is finally out next month
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The Android version of Stardew Valley will launch on March 14, creator ConcernedApe has announced.

While it doesn't feature any multiplayer support, Stardew Valley for Android will include a revamped user interface and menu system, touch-screen controls, plus all of the improvements that have been released for the game to date. It's being handled by The Secret Police, a London-based development team.

One cool feature is that if you've got the game on PC, you can transfer your save files to this latest version of the game. Stardew Valley will set you back £7.99 for Android devices.

Furthermore, its creator has said that the multiplayer update for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game is 'coming along well,' with a release expected within 'the next couple of months.'

Stardew Valley was originally released on the PC back in early 2016, and arrived on PS4 and Xbox One a few months later. By the end of 2017, it had sold over 3.5 million copies.

The game was most recently launched for iOS devices.