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Stardew Valley Deluxe Console Version Comes with IRL Goodies

Gain real life bonuses when you buy the Collector's Edition of Stardew Valley for Xbox One and PS4, which dropped on April 11.

Chucklefish Games' indie farming simulator Stardew Valley first released on consoles in 2016 after it skyrocketed to success on Steam. But now, a new Collector's Edition has dropped for consoles, bringing along with it a ton of extra goodies.

Selling for $29.99, the Collector's Edition is only $10 more than purchasing the base game for Xbox One and PS4, and comes with the game, a mini-guidebook, game soundtrack, and poster of Stardew Valley. 

The guidebook is created by Kari Frye, artist and writer. Her full-length guidebook is available for purchase for $20.00. The content inside covers romances, fishing tips, how to get started in the game, and various other tidbits about the farming simulator. The soundtrack includes 33 songs selected from the game. 

Concerned Ape, combined with Chucklefish, worked on the Collector's Edition to bring consumers a variety of content from the game. Originally developed solely by Concerned Ape, he partnered with Chucklefish on the release of the game. Selling more than 2 million copies, Stardew Valley has been slated as the Harvest Moon for PC gamers. Now on console, the Stardew Valley's community only continues to grow. 

Will you be investing in the Collector's Edition for console? What do you think of the items included? Let us know in the comments!

Published Apr. 16th 2017

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