And it can be purchased now.
Developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone’s agricultural phenomenon Stardew Valley is jumping from the digital world to the tabletop today with the launch of the official Stardew Valley board game – and it looks absolutely stunning in its revealing trailer.
Stardew Valley: The Board Game, a collaborative experience for 1-4 players, is a collaboration between Barone and Cole Medeiros (formerly responsible for board games Web of Spies and GUBS) and has been under development for over two years.
As described on the official website, participants must work together to accomplish the goals, restore the community center by collecting resource piles, and averting the Joja Corporation ̵
There’s a lot going on in the board game, which even manages to convey people like my exploration and changing seasons from the video game, and curious varieties can get a complete breakdown of its intricate stuff in the downloadable rule.
“It’s really important to us that you as a buyer understand Stardew Valley: Board Games is not a casual fast paced game,” the website explains. “While it’s easy to play when you know the rules, it’s meant to be challenging. We wanted an experience of depth and repeatability.” A single game is expected to last about 45 minutes per game. Player.
Stardew Valley: Board games can be purchased right now and cost $ 55 USD. The one possible pick, however, is that it is currently only shipped within the US – although the store page notes, “We are working to make this available outside the US, but due to the complexity involved at the moment, we are still figuring out the details.”
In other Stardew Valley news, Barone says the digital game will finally return to PlayStation Store in Europe, New Zealand and Australia “before the end of this week”.