The Vita comes after the company said they wanted to get it on the mobile console back in January, and announced that it is actually happening as of now, and will be available sometime next year.
Also, for all ten of you PS Vita gamers out there, Stardew Valley will be ported to Sony's handheld somewhere in 2018.
In addition to new port, the dev team also revealed some new information about their planned multiplayer updates and even more language support coming to the game. This allows for more time to polish everything and make sure there aren't any lingering bugs.
Stardew Valley's mysterious new stuff is due to arrive alongside the finished multiplayer mode, and is coming to all platforms.
Stardew Valley's multiplayer beta has slipped into next year, publisher Chucklefish has announced in a new blog post. Details have intentionally been kept scarce, but we do have two new screenshots, including the picture in the tweet above.
To make amends for the beta's slight slippage, Chucklefish has offered up the tiniest of teases regarding some new content that original Stardew Valley developer ConcernedApe is adding next year. The machine tucked away to the left, which looks to have some sort of gauge measuring either air or water pressure, also supports the idea.
Stardew Valley is available now on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.