Version 1.6 of Stardew Valley mobile: coming soon?

version 1.6 of Stardew Valley mobile

Stardew Valley creator ConcernedApe recently confirmed that version 1.6 of the game will be coming to mobile and console soon. Although no official date has yet been announced, we can be sure that the arrival of the latest version of the life simulator is just around the corner. Are you one of the frustrated fans waiting impatiently for Stardew Valley 1.6? Here's an update on what we know so far.

Mobile port of Stardew Valley 1.6 confirmed, but still in progress

For those who missed the news, ConcernedApe is Stardew Valley's solo dev, so it's in sole charge of updates to the game, as well as its port, as this tweet from May shows.

So it's hardly surprising that porting version 1.6 of Stardew Valley to mobile and console (which has been available on Steam since 19 March) is taking up a huge amount of time, especially as it requires an extra workload compared with the PC update. At the same time, ConcernedApe is also working on its next game, Haunted Chocolatier !

The farm in Stardew Valley 1.6

However, players of the life simulator on Android and iOS are used to these delays, as two years passed between the arrival of version 1.5 on PC and on mobile. But that doesn't mean we'll have to wait that long to enjoy version 1.6 of Stardew Valley on our smartphones.

But it's hard to blame ConcernedApe, which regularly keeps its community of gamers informed of progress on this project.

It's worth the wait, because Stardew Valley 1.6 is packed with content!

Fans are right to wait, however, as version 1.6 of the farm simulation game brings a huge amount of additional content (content that will also be available on mobile once the port is complete).

Chickens in Stardew Valley 1.6

As well as fixing minor bugs, the update introduces new events and festivals, a new farm and its mysterious blue grasses, a new mastery system giving multiple advantages, as well as new NPCs and animals, additional renovations, new achievements, and much more...

Blue grass in Stardew Valley 1.6

In short, we urge you to be patient, because Stardew Valley 1.6 is going to be full of surprises! In the meantime, you can always try out other mobile simulation games, such as Shop Titans, which plunges you into a fantasy world where you have to run your own shop. There's also Fallout Shelter, the mobile shelter simulation game from the famous Bethesda licence.

Platypousse In between boss battles on Bloodborne or Dark Souls III, our editor-in-chief Platypousse likes to look after her plants and watch an episode of Moomins under a blanket.
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