Stardew Valley is a popular and fan-favorite open-world adventure farming simulator game. The farming simulator RPG genre of games is one of the most popular games among gamers around the world. The game is available on various platforms including macOS, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation Vita, iOS, and also on Android.
Why the game is a fan-favorite
There are many different elements and gameplay mechanics that make Stardew Valley a fan favorite. It is an open-world game that lets you discover a sandbox world. You get to choose your own path, level up, learn skills and discover multiple areas. There are many things that you can do in Stardew Valley including farming, fishing, growing vegetables, rearing animals, etc. Additionally, players can converse with the townspeople NPCs, form friendships, date, get married, and even have children in the game.
The success of Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is an uber-popular and addictive farming simulator on various platforms. The game has been incredibly successful. The farming sim game previously hit its 10 million copies sold milestone. However, the industry prediction is that almost half of the total copies sold are on Windows PC. At its current standing, the game has sold over 15 million copies worldwide across all platforms.
Coming back to the main topic of this article, some players have been facing a sound/music issue in the game.
How to fix the in-game sound or music issue on Android:
The first step is to go to the Android folder using a file manager.
The next step is to go into the subfolder, Android/obb for the game.
Find and Open “com.chucklefish.stardewvalley” folder. In this folder, you will find all the music files along with necessary obb file.
Now, create a new folder named “com.zane.stardewvalley”.
Open “com.chucklefish.stardewvalley” folder Then copy the .obb file from this folder and
Paste the .obb file in “com.zane.stardewvalley” folder. This will fix the sound/music issue in the game.
How to fix the in-game sound or music issue on iOS:
The first thing to do on iOS devices is to make sure that the volume settings are on.
The next step is to turn the volume settings all the way down in-game.
Then, turn the in-game sound settings all the way up again.
This may fix the sound issue that is a result of a bug on the volume slider in the game.
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