Stardew Valley Nintendo Switch Physical Release, Collector’s Edition Announced
Given the portable nature of the console, the Switch has attracted a wide variety of games to be ported to the device, with the digital eShop making it even easier for indie studios to put their games on the console. Stardew Valley, which has been ported to everything from Linux to Tesla cars, has found many sales on Nintendo Switch. Now, it looks like the Stardew Valley Nintendo Switch version will be receiving the physical treatment.
Fangamer has updated their website with listings for the Stardew Valley Nintendo Switch physical versions, of which there is a standard and collector’s editions. These versions with physical Nintendo Switch cartridge will carry version 1.4.4 of the game, and will allow for any future updates of the game to be downloaded. The standard version, aside from the cartridge, also contains a guidebook and reversible cover art.
The Stardew Valley Nintendo Switch collector’s edition comes with the standard physical version, but also includes other physical goodies. There’s a deluxe six-piece wooden standee crafted from birch and cherry wood, and a lapel pin made from wood as well. Keeping the rustic feeling also is a deed to the game’s farm, made from 30% straw from authentic farms. Artists also contributed to the included items, such as the 14-page comic and soft cleaning cloth by Chihiro Sakaida, and the Collector’s Edition box art by Kari Fry.
The standard and collector’s editions for the Stardew Valley Nintendo Switch port are available now for pre-order prices of $29 and $64, respectively, with a launch date of November 6th. These are quite adorable to see, and it’s great that such a beloved game is finally getting a chance to be held in player’s hands with physical goodies. Quite a bountiful harvest, indeed.
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