Stardew Valley Has Sold a Whopping 10 Million Copies Worldwide
ConcernedApe's feel-good pixel-art farming simulation Stardew Valley has now sold over 10 million copies worldwide according to its website.
Stardew Valley, the game where you keep your animals happy, harvest crops, partake in digital community events, and become friends with everyone has hit a new milestone.
According to the games press page, Stardew Valley has now sold over 10 million copies worldwide. While there’s been no official word from developer ConcernedApe, scouring back through the Wayback Machine saw the page state the game had sold 6 million copies worldwide back in August 2019. The press page now subtly states that the game has hit the new milestone.
The pixel-art farming simulator was initially a single-player experience and saw PC versions getting multiplayer support in 2018. This new feature allows up to four players to join one farm and work together to build, and manage a farm. While the game now supports multiplayer on all platforms, there’s still no sign of cross-play.
Despite that, the game has done remarkably well. ConcernedApe has self-published the game, and even Elon Musk has announced that it’s going to be heading to Tesla vehicles. Just before Christmas last year, the game received a large content update which introduced new end-game content, bug fixes, and quality-of-life improvements.
Stardew Valley is available for PC, PS4, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.