Dinkum is a farming game where you end up on an island modeled after the Australian wilderness. There you can start your own farm. However, this is not the only activity of the player. You have to raise animals, hunt them and develop your own town to make it attractive to potential residents. The title is reminiscent of games like Stardew Valley or Animal Crossing. In this article we will discuss the issue of which platforms Dinkum has landed on and the platforms it will be released on.
Dinkum PC and Steam Deck
Currently, you can play Dinkum on PC in Early Access. The game was released on July 14, 2022. According to the developer’s statement, you should Wait atleast a year for full version release. It’s worth noting that one person (James Bendon) is responsible for the development of this title, so expect some delays as a result of this type of development.
It is noteworthy that Dinkam Playable on Steam Deck. However, you should consider that some of the game’s lessons may not look good. However, you shouldn’t have any other problems with this title.
Dinkum Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S
At the moment it is not sure when Dinkum will appear on platforms other than PC. However, this is known for sure There are plans to release it on other devices. The game developer on his Twitter profile shared This information with fans. However, ports will only be created after the full game is released, i.e. after early access ends. Given the fact that the EA version is expected to remain in development for at least a year after launch, We can expect ports for other platforms no earlier than 2024.
Dinkum cross platform
This is also in his Twitter profileThe developer is skeptical about the possible introduction of cross platform. He said that there is no possibility. Currently, co-op is available for up to 4 players in the game (PC version).
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