Smash hit indie simulation role-playing game Stardew Valley will not be a Nintendo Switch launch title according to its developer, although ConcernedApe confirmed it has plans to bring the hit farming game to Nintendo’s hybrid console later this year.
ConcernedApe spoke of its plans for a Nintendo Switch release while announcing a patch for the game on consoles, due to roll out early February for Xbox One and PS4, that it hopes will address loading save issues.
Additionally, the developer also revealed that it was looking into the possibility of porting the game to PS Vita at some point in the future and that development for Multiplayer was still in ongoing, stating: “progress has been made but it’s going to be a while yet.”
First released for PC via Steam early 2016 before it arrived on PS4 and Xbox One in December of last year, Stardew Valley is a single-player farming simulation game partly inspired by the Harvest Moon series. Since its release on PC in February 2016,
Since its release on PC in February 2016, Stardew Valley has received a great response across multiple platforms, with an “Overwhelmingly Positive” response on Steam.