On February 23, “Stardew Valley: Board Game” was announced to the world. Stardew Valley, February 24: The board game is completely sold out. Considering the growing popularity of idyllic farm life simulation games, this may not be surprising, but it is still very disappointing for fans who want more simulation trips in the valley.
When the first print ran out, Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone said that the manufacturer was working on a second print, and today he announced it was Almost ready-There are some warnings. Pre-orders will be available again at 12pm Pacific Time/3pm Eastern Time on November 3rd, but they may not be delivered to customers in time before Christmas.
“Our fulfillment company Quartermaster told us that these orders should reach customers before Christmas, but please note that international and domestic shipping conditions are now severely affected by world events,” Barone wrote. “There may be delays beyond our control. We will make every effort to send your copy to you as soon as possible, but we just want to warn you about this before you buy. We cannot predict how long it will take for the game to arrive And may not arrive before Christmas.”
Direct order The Stardew Valley board game is still only available in the United States, “mainly due to the complexity of sales tax”, but the manufacturer is working with distributors in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the European Union for the second round, so the game will be available Buy it at some stores in these areas. Unfortunately, they don’t know which store it is, so you need to shop around if you want it.
According to the initial feedback, the game has also made some adjustments for the second printing: the number of my map cards has been adjusted, so you are more likely to be rewarded for your efforts, and an additional component tray has been added Make storage and setup easier. However, the rules themselves remain almost completely unchanged.
“The only rule change we added was for the museum to award a heart as a reward for donation. This is a small change in the rules and the board,” Baron explained.
The Stardew Valley board game will be launched again this Wednesday at 12 noon Pacific Standard Time. Read the blog post for more information: https://t.co/0JEtPlTFsa pic.twitter.com/5TFzfUa9rkNovember 1, 2021
This makes this a good time to remind anyone who intends to catch one of them during the holidays (or shortly thereafter), although Stardew Valley video games are a relaxing and peaceful experience for all ages, Stardew Valley: The Board Game is not : Barone warns that when the board game was first declared “not a casual fast game”, and if you are looking for short and simple table fun with family and friends, “this game may not be suitable.”
The notice Shop page Compared to the original version, it has eased, but still warns that this board game “is designed to have a lot of complexity under the surface” and urges customers to check the rules to make sure it fits before investing any money.
Stardew Valley: The board game is priced at $55. Barone also warned that due to supply issues, some of the “fishing bags” included in the box will be black instead of blue.