Stardew Valley Gets Deluxe PS4/Xbox One Version With Real-life Goodies

Full of "farm-tastic" bonuses.


If you're in the mood to save grandpa's farm on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, the makers of the hit PC game Stardew Valley are giving you extra reason to buy: they've released a special Stardew Valley Collector's Edition and it's full of goodies. Check out the preview above.

The popular Steam game was released on console last year, but for $29.99 you can now buy the physical Collector's Edition (available in stores), which comes with:

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  • The full game
  • The soundtrack (33 songs)
  • An exclusive printed map of Stardew Valley
  • A mini-guidebook by video game author and artist Kari Fry.

The Collector's Edition is out now in North America, and will be released in Europe tomorrow. The original digital version of the game is now available on the PlayStation and Xbox stores for US $19.99.

"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,” said Molly Carroll, Marketing Manager at Chucklefish, which has partnered with Stardew Valley on the Collector's Edition release.

Meanwhile, Nintendo Switch players will soon get their chance to work the land. A digital version of Stardew Valley is now in the works for that console too, replacing a previously announced version for Wii U.

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