What is unexpected, however, is that Barone specifies that PC gamers can import their save files to the iOS version of the game. It will arrive in the App Store on October 24.
If you've been carefully nurturing your own Pelican Town on Windows, macOS, and Linux, you will be able to import your save into the iOS version via iTunes.
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Barone and The Secret Police are working on an Android version of the game, with a release date sometime in the future. Courtesy of The Verge, a little more backstory on the game: "Stardew Valley first launched way back in 2016, and the Harvest Moon-inspired title offers a peaceful-yet-engrossing take on running a farm that should be a ideal fit for mobile". From there, it's up to you to decide how exactly you want to play the game - whether you want to farm crops, fight monsters in the mines, raise animals, become a social butterfly, or do it all. Even more surprising - the iOS version is coming in two weeks! Unfortunately, mod support and multiplayer content isn't available in the mobile version. Because what are video games if you can't enjoy a good story with a fresh Cherry Coke?
News of a mobile release means you can soon play Stardew Valley practically anywhere. An Android version is in the works, so we're hoping to hear more details about that soon.