The answer is:
But if you really want to know, all you have to do is go to this website:
Here’s some background. Fans of Stardew Valley have eagerly awaited the game’s release on Nintendo Switch. I’m one of those.
However, the “summer” window has come and gone, and fans have gotten more and more antsy as the season passed. In fact, there’s hardly a week when we don’t see a post — fan or dev created — on the Nintendo Switch Reddit that is either asking “Is it out?” or “Is there an update yet?”
It’s to the point where the hype has become a game itself, something to help deal with the wait. Now, while I’m not in the same boat as some of the other fans, I can watch from the sidelines and appreciate the gentle humor that the Switch community is poking at itself.
In fact, this is what (I think) spawned the website:
Up until yesterday, the page was a #sad place to be. I wish I’d saved a screenshot of the previous version of the page!
You got the word “NO” with a counter underneath:
The background image was this sad kid sitting in the rain:
It was truly a sad place to be, but it was so masterful in a way that only the Internet can pull off!
Well, yesterday, the announcement came that Stardew Valley has been approved by Nintendo and is just awaiting a release window!
As you’d expect, this has drummed up a Reddit post with more than 1000 comments! This has also prompted the designer of https://isstardewvalleyoutonnintendoswitchyet.com/ to update his page (I checked immediately upon seeing the announcement). I was not disappointed.
I’m looking forward to seeing what the page is going to look like when the game releases! In fact, though I’m buying Stardew on day one, and itching to get my farm going on the Switch version, I’m going to be just a little sad to see the good natured hype die down. It’s been a lot of fun… and I just thought to capture and share this (rather pointless, but amusing) bit of gaming culture here.
Edit: Stardew Valley is out today (Oct 5), here’s what the site looks like now!