When it comes to games, their fact sheets are typically updated by developers as time goes by to reflect their growth and development. Eric “Concerned Ape” Barone recently updated the page discussing Stardew Valley sales, and it reveals the multiplatform farming game that was entirely his own work has passed 10 million copies sold.
Only two sales figures are mentioned in its history. He noted that within two months of the game’s February 2016 debut, back when it was only available on Windows PCs, it hit one million copies sold. The over 10 million figure only came about after the game expanded to consoles, the PlayStation Vita, and both Android and Apple iOS devices.
In Stardew Valley, players give up a stressful life and move to a farm they inherited in a peaceful, small town. Once there, they can decide how they want to get by. You can farm, fight monsters, fish, or raise some animals. Since its launch, free updates have added new activities, festivals, romance options, and cooperative multiplayer.
People can find Stardew Valley on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, PC, mobile devices, and Tesla cars. However, the PlayStation Vita version of the game hasn’t been able to get the latest updates, like the one that adds a new event with your chosen spouse.