Stardew Valley 1.5 Update Coming to Mobile Devices

Stardew Valley 1.5 Update Coming to Mobile Devices ; The Stardew Valley creator assures fans that the latest 1.5 patch update will be available on both iOS and Android devices.

The role-playing simulation video game Stardew Valley is one of the few iconic indie titles that has greatly expanded its player base and made its way from desktop to other gaming platforms. Given that a Stardew Valley board game was recently announced for production, there's no doubting its popularity, the game's developer Eric Barone shared that he's working hard to release the latest patch to mobile devices.

Stardew Valley 1.5 Update Coming to Mobile Devices

Stardew Valley's 1.5 patch update was only released in late 2020. While players who first experienced the game's latest features in December 2020 were on the computer, Nintendo Switch, Xbox and PlayStation players had to wait two more months until Stardew Valley. Patch 1.5 was released on console platforms in February 2021. Since the game is also available for download on iOS and Android, fans are probably dying to know when update 1.5 will arrive on their mobile devices.

On Twitter, Barone or “ConcernedApe” reported that he is very keen on bringing the highly anticipated Stardew Valley 1.5 update to iOS and Android devices so that fans on mobile can finally experience the game's exciting new features. He reassures fans that he's "doing everything he can" to make the patch a reality, although he has no timeline to share when he might be able to do so.

This tweet comes after a series of posts where Barone talks about different bugs and fixes planned for console versions of the game soon. This specifically addresses the blue floor bug that players are experiencing on the Nintendo Switch, as well as general fixes for other issues that have appeared on the console since the Stardew Valley 1.5 patch update. It also gives a brief update that the RPG-sim game will once again be available for purchase or download on the European PlayStation Network store, where it was previously delisted in 2020 due to age limit issues.

Although Stardew Valley recently broke a new player record, the game is still in development only by Barone. With the developer being a one-man team, updates like the 1.5 patch coming to mobile platforms are likely to take longer than expected. However, with Barone reaffirming his commitment to Stardew Valley fans and consistently keeping his word, fans are likely to feel confident that the patch will arrive on their devices despite future delays.

Stardew Valley is now available on Mobile, PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One.