Last September Stardew Valley ($4.99) Version 1.5 has been confirmed to still be in development for mobile devices. Eric Barone (ConcernedApe) announced his new project in the form haunted chocolatier and took over publishing duties Stardew Valley on all platforms, including Android This week. After this announcement, he responded to tweets about Stardew Valley and the future. These include questions about the status of updates and even feature requests. He confirmed this Stardew Valley 1.5 will not be abandoned. He admits that it took too long to get out. He also said that a future update will likely add quality of life features such as the ability to move your home and pet area. It is likely that these features will first appear on PC and consoles, and then on mobile devices. Considering how great post-launch support is for Stardew Valley on all platforms, I’m more than happy to wait for the full mobile updates.
If you can’t keep up with Stardew Valley 1.5, it includes a ton of new content, including new end game content, quality of life features, split-screen co-op play, the ability to move beds, a new beach farm, enhanced gaming experiences, and more. It’s already available on PC and consoles. Until we get a certain Stardew Valley 1.5 for mobile, the current game is still fantastic on all platforms. Read our original review Stardew Valley. We even named it Game of the Week. If you don’t already have it, you can buy it from the App Store for iOS here and for Android. here on Google Play. If you have a Nintendo Switch and an iOS device, I’ve compared both versions of the game to help you find the best platform to play on. Here is our forum thread on the game for more discussion. What do you think about Stardew Valley version 1.5 if you played it on PC or consoles?