Cross ten million sales worldwide after four years Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley Cross ten million sales
Many gamers know Stardew Valley, the surprisingly addictive agricultural simulator game that has taken the world by storm since it was first published in 2016. Just today, Sickhead Games developer announced that the worldwide sales of Stardew Valley have exceeded 10 million on every platform.
Stardew Valley is a rather small game intended primarily as a zen repetition game. Players abandon their stupid business job to move to Pelican Bay, a small village in which they inherit the farmhouse of their grandfather.
You are responsible for breaking down trees from there until the ground, growing plants, moving animals and selling the hard-earned work to local people via the shop. For addition, you can also fish or crawl dungeons.
A variety of colorful characters and several threads are part of the repetitive and yet relaxing gameplay, which players often have an effect on.
This game was quite a hit at the time and throughout her life she has won all those sales from Stardew Valley, including (but not only) horses wearing sombreros, throughout her rigorous updating schedule.
The game has also been ported to many various platforms, from a PC to other consoles such as the XBOX One, Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and even eventually to mobile devices.
Currently, Steam offset the game by 33 percent, bringing it to under ten dollars. So if you want to add to the millions of sales from Stardew Valley, you can buy Steam right now if you want to join the experience.