The Harvest Moon inspired indie game Stardew Valley has sold well over one million copies, and now it’s coming to consoles at the end of the year. The game launched as a Windows PC-exclusive in February, but the game’s developer just announced that it will be coming to Mac and Linux on July 29th.
The game is also getting a major update soon, which will introduce an online co-op mode, new crops, new farm buildings, more secrets, bug fixes, and more “small, fun touches to the world.” Although there is no set date for the 1.1 update, hopefully it will be in time for the Mac and Linux release.
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Quick Update: Mac & Linux are set to be launched on the 29th! Multiplayer, localizations, and the version 1.1 update are still in progress.
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