A New Mobile Patch For Stardew Valley: Developer Reveals Expected Launch Date

A New Mobile Patch For Stardew Valley: Developer Reveals Expected Launch Date
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The developer of Stardew Valley, Eric ConcernedApe Barone, has just now provided excited fans with new information regarding the arrival date of the farming simulator’s long-awaited upcoming version for mobile devices.

Barone has previously claimed that the 1.5 upgrades for Stardew Valley on mobile devices would be released before the end of 2022. And while some fans have been concerned that this timeframe would end up slipping because the end of the year is drawing closer and closer, Barone has now stated unequivocally that this will not be the case.

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Fans of Barone’s game Stardew Valley were informed today in a short message posted on social media that the 1.5 updates for the mobile versions of the game are still expected to be released before the year 2022 comes to a close. Although Barone did not provide further release dates or details about when the patch would roll out, we will probably learn more in a reasonable amount of time, considering that November is set to replace October on the calendar.

I haven’t been as active as of late but be assured that Baron is still around. And the mobile 1.5 upgrades will still come before the end of the year. Thank you.

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In a more general sense, the Stardew Valley patch version 1.5 has been accessible on PC and consoles for an extended period of time. Almost two years ago, in December 2020, the update became available for download on the PC platform.

Shortly thereafter, it became available for download on the Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox platforms at the beginning of 2021. However, those who play Stardew Valley on mobile devices for iOS and Android have been kept waiting, and it’s possible that they’ve been waiting for a longer period of time than they had anticipated.