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'Stardew Valley' comes to Nintendo Switch on October 5th

The indie farm sim is finally landing on a portable console.

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While we've known that indie farm simulator Stardew Valley is coming to the Nintendo Switch since 2016, its exact release date remained a mystery for almost a year. Now, its creator has finally revealed when it'll be available... a few days before it comes out for the hybrid console. You can start planting crops, fish, cook and form relationships with the game's pixel residents starting on October 5th.

It's been available on Steam, the PS4 and Xbox One for quite a while, but this is the first time the game will be available on a portable console. The farming sim will set you back $15 in the US, though it could be priced a bit differently in other regions. In case the farm-'em-up isn't your jam, though, you can also look forward to the indie dungeon crawler Darkest Dungeon. It's also coming to the Switch in the future, but definitely way after October 5th.

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