What you need to know
- Harvest Moon is a farming sim role-playing series.
- In a press release, Natsume Inc. and Rising Star Games announced Harvest Moon: One World will be coming to Nintendo Switch later this fall.
- The game is being developed within a new engine and will include updated graphics for 2020.
In a press release, Natsume Inc. and Rising Star Games announced that a new title called Harvest Moon: One World will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch later this fall. Natsume Inc's president, Hiro Maekawa, went on to state that the upcoming title will retain the franchise's traditional feel, but will have updated graphics to fit current gaming.
The press release also reveals that players will play as "fledgling farmers who willl get to explore a world full of new and familiar faces, unique villages, and adventurous challenges while managing their growing farm." Players will find themselves in a world without common produce like tomatoes, cabbage, and strawberries. An old book will tell of how the land once was and will eventually compell players to explore the whole world from the Halo Halo beaches to Salmiakki's snowy mountains.
Harvest Moon: One World is set to launch sometime in fall 2020. A specific date has not been set yet.
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