The popular indie title Stardew Valley has released for consoles, after launching for PC earlier this year. The game came out for PlayStation 4 on the 13th, and the next day for Xbox One. A farming simulator similar to games like Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley has farming, fishing, spelunking, combat, and NPC interaction allowing for things like marriages. The game doesn’t force players to learn each of these skills in a certain order, from the very beginning each can be chosen or ignored at players’ will.
The PC version of Stardew Valley was created and continues to be updated by a single person, Eric Barone, better known as Concerned Ape. The task of moving the game to consoles however, fell to Sickhead Games and Stardew Valley publisher Chucklefish, whom you may recognize as the developers behind Starbound. The game is available now for a price of $14.99 on PC, PS4, and XB1. More information about the console release can be found on the game’s website.