Stardew Valley is coming to mobile devices, and will be made available first on iOS through the App Store.
The extremely popular RPG farming-sim, Stardew Valley, is heading to mobile in two weeks time.
Stardew Valley mobile was developed by London-based mobile development studio The Secret Police. The studio worked alongside publisher Chucklefish and original creator ConcernedApe to make sure it lives up to the PC and console versions.
Touch-screen controls and redesigned UI have been developed for the mobile version.
The cool part, is that players of the PC version will be able to transfer their save via iTunes and continue expanding their existing farms. Of course mods are not supported, but at least you can still take your farm on the go.
Pre-orders for Stardew Valley mobile will go live today on the App Store, and it will run you £7.99/$7.99/€8.99. It will feature no additional in-app purchasing and will be released on October 24.
A release window for Android was not provided.