Rejoice, the long-awaited PlayStation Vita edition of Stardew Valley is coming very soon.
Anyone who has played Stardew Valley on the Nintendo Switch can attest to how perfectly suited the game is to a portable gaming platform.
A PS Vita version has been in the works for sometime, and its release date was finally confirmed today in a blog post from Stardew Valley designer, Eric Barone.
“Perhaps the most common question I get asked is, “When is Stardew Valley coming to PS Vita?” Well, the time has finally come for me to answer.”
And that date is just a week away: May 22, 2018.
If that news wasn’t wonderful enough, Barone also confirmed that the game will support cross play, meaning that if you already own Stardew Valley on PlayStation 4, you’ll now own it on PS Vita, too.
“Stardew Valley on-the-go is a lot of fun, so I’m very excited to bring it to a great portable console like the PS Vita!
With interest in the PS Vita on a general decline, it’s great to see one of the biggest indie hits of the past few years make an appearance on the platform. Hats off to all involved.
The game is also available on Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, and Xbox One.
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