505 Games announced today that they’re releasing a physical version of Stardew Valley for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on April 11 in North America and April 13 in Europe, priced at $29.99 USD. Digitally, Stardew Valley retails for $14.99 USD.
With the physical Collector’s Edition, you’ll receive a copy of Stardew Valley, as well as a fold-out poster of the Pelican Town Map, a miniature version of Kari Fry’s Stardew Valley Guidebook, and a code to download the Stardew Valley Soundtrack.
Chucklefish Marketing Manager Molly Carroll said:
In 2016, we helped ConcernedApe release his debut game about life on the farm. With its endearing, familiar characters and charming town, Stardew Valley quickly found a special place in the hearts of over two million players! Now we’re working with 505 Games to bring Stardew Valley to retail shelves, and we believe they’ll be able to produce a physical copy of the game worthy of the Stardew Valley community.
Earlier this week, a new Stardew Valley update was released on PS4 and Xbox One. Here’s what changed on PS4:
- Fixed potential loss of item in cursor slot when clicking the bundles tab in the pause menu.
- Fixed crash when hatching / buying baby blue chickens.
- Fixed crashes that sometimes occur when clearing quests out of the quest log.
- Petting a fully-happy animal no longer wraps happiness around to 0.
- Animals with a deluxe product no longer produce less at higher happiness.
- Fixed a golden pumpkin duplication exploit.
- Fixed ‘Exit to Title’ causing some values and bits of world state to be ‘carried over’ between games. This affected, among other things, the availability of chests in the mines.
- Fixed crashes while saving.
- Possible fix for fertilizer boxes being placed instead of fertilizer.
- Missing heart characters have been fixed.
- Share overlay image in PS4 streams has been removed.
The PS4 Pro Rest Mode issue will be fixed in the next PS4 system update.
As mentioned above, Stardew Valley has sold more than two million copies digitally across PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Just over one million copies were sold on PC after a couple of months.
Previously, 505 Games brought Rocket League to retail, where it’s been a mainstay on the weekly UK chart.