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Apr
11
2017

Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition hits retail today for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Today, award-winning video game publisher and distributor 505 Games and independent development studio ConcernedApe released the digitally successful, indie farming role-playing game (RPG) Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition, regarded as one of the BEST-SELLING games on Steam with more than one million copies sold in the first two months. Now available to purchase for $29.99 at retail locations throughout North America for the PS4 and Xbox One, the game will be also available in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, the Netherlands and Scandinavia on April 13.

“It’s been incredible to watch such a fantastic and supportive community form around Stardew Valley – this charming country life RPG created by a solo developer has now sold over two million copies and received over 50,000 positive player reviews,” saidMolly Carroll, Marketing Manager at Chucklefish. “We’re very excited to help bring Stardew Valley to even more gamers worldwide with the retail release of Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition.”

Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition lets players reap the benefits of daylight savings time by taking ownership of a rickety farm where they’ll raise livestock, plant crops, mine for ores and expand the farm while maneuvering through social activities to bring success to Stardew Valley.

The Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition and its farm-tastic bundle of goodies includes:

  • The full Stardew Valley game
  • A disc containing the Collector’s Edition Soundtrack featuring 33 hand-picked tracks
  • Exclusive Full Printed Map of Stardew Valley
  • A Mini-Guidebook created by the artist and author of the full guidebook, Kari Fry

 

Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition can be purchased at retail locations for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America for $29.99. The game will be also available in UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, the Netherlands and Scandinavia on April 13.