Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition Now Available for Pre-Order

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

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Harvest Moon: Light of Hope

Natsume Inc. today announced that Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition is available for pre-order for $39.99 at GameStop. A 6-inch Harvest Moon Chocolate Cow Plush is included as a pre-order bonus with the standard boxed retail version. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition will be launching on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 both at retail and digitally in May 2018.

“Every Harvest Moon game has included the beloved cow, so they’ve become a symbol of the Harvest Moon franchise. The chocolate cow is the perfect companion for the release of Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition,” said Hiro Maekawa, President & CEO of Natsume. “Collectors, fans, and new players alike won’t want to miss out!”

Following the successful release of Harvest Moon: Light of Hope on Steam in late 2017, the Special Edition has some brand-new features only available on the console versions. More information about these features will be revealed leading up to launch in May.

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