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Role-playing simulation video game Stardew Valley is one of the token few indie titles that has massively expanded its player base, and made its way from the desktop computer onto other gaming platforms. With no doubt of its popularity, given a Stardew Valley board game has recently been announced for production, the game’s developer Eric Barone has shared that he is working hard to release the latest patch into mobile devices.
Stardew Valley’s 1.5 patch update was only recently launched in late 2020. Players on the PC were the first to experience the game’s latest features back in December 2020, while Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PlayStation players had to wait two months more until the Stardew Valley 1.5 patch was released on console platforms in February 2021. With the game also available for download on iOS and Android, fans are probably eager to find out when the 1.5 update will hit their mobile devices.
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On Twitter, Barone or “ConcernedApe” posted that he is very driven to bring the highly-anticipated Stardew Valley 1.5 update into iOS and Android units so fans on mobile will finally be able to experience the game's exciting new features. He reassures fans that he is “doing what he can” to make the patch a reality even though there is no timeline he can share on when he will actually be able to do so.
As for mobile: I'm committed to seeing the 1.5 update come to mobile, and I'm doing what I can to make that happen as soon as possible. There's no current timeline I can give for when that will happen, though.
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This tweet comes after a series of Barone’s posts where he talks about the different bugs and fixes that are planned to come in soon for the console versions of the game. This specifically addresses the blue floor bug that players have experienced on the Nintendo Switch, as well as overall fixes for other issues that have popped up since the Stardew Valley 1.5 patch update on console was released. He also makes a brief update that the RPG-sim game will once again be available for purchase or download on the Europe PlayStation Network store, where it was previously delisted in 2020 due to age-rating issues.
Update: Switch patch for the blue floor bug and zoom/tile offset issue is in the approval process, and will be out as soon as possible. There will also be another round of patches on all consoles for a few other bugs, including the shaking stones and the mummified bat issue— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) February 23, 2021
Also... Stardew is scheduled to be available again on the European PlayStation Store (includes Australia and NZ) by the end of this week
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- Stardew Valley 1.5 Update Coming to Mobile, Developer Affirms. Stardew Valley's creator assures fans that the latest 1.5 patch update will be made available on both iOS and Android devices.
Even though Stardew Valley has recently hit a new player count record, the game is still only being developed by Barone himself. With the developer being a one-man team, it is likely that updates such as the 1.5 patch arriving on mobile platforms may take longer than anticipated. However, with Barone reaffirming Stardew Valley's fans of his commitment, and him consistently being true to his word, fans are likely to be assured the patch will arrive on their devices, despite any future delays.
Stardew Valley is available now on Mobile, PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
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