Nope, it's not FarmVille, it's Stardew Valley!
This means that no more PS Vita physical games will be produced after March 2019. Even better than that, it's a cross-buy title for those who've bought the game on PlayStation 4, so you get it for free. If it's anything like the Switch version, Stardew Valley on Vita will not tap into any of the handheld's special features like the touchpad.
If you are a fan of Stardew Valley but don't like the limited mobility that comes with playing it on the PS4, you're in luck as you will soon be able to play it on the go. There are also chances to meet someone special in Stardew Valley, as 12 townsfolk are datable.
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The initial announcement for the PS Vita port came back in January 2017.
The game is now available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
It is still unclear as to what will become of the PS Vita, but like we said all of this seems to point towards Sony potentially discontinuing the console in the future. Are you excited to play Stardew Valley wherever you are on your Vita? The hardware manufacturer emailed game developers today to let them know that they "plan to end all Vita GameCard production by close of fiscal year 2018", in both Europe and America. Do you already own a copy on PS4?