The indie hit and Rune Factory-esque farming simulator for the PC Stardew Valley has sold over a million copies, publisher Chucklefish Games has announced. The sales figures have made Stardew Valley one of the biggest releases of 2016 so far.
The unofficial Steam sale tracking service SteamSpy has yet to reflect the actual sales figures provided by the game’s publisher but we expect it to change soon. Other top games on the list include ARK: Survival Evolved and H1Z1.
Stardew Valley was developed by Eric Barone over a span of four years. He has continued to update the game with new content, changes and bug fixes since its February release.
“It’s actually at 1,007,000 [copies sold] as of now,” wrote a representative of Chucklefish to Polygon. “It’s been really exciting for us to help bring this game to people’s attention, and the success really couldn’t have come to a more deserving person!”
The game may be headed to consoles in the future.
Be sure to check out our guides for Stardew Valley if you’re playing it.