By Leah McDonald / February 9th, 2021
Prepare to pick up your garden and explore the countryside when Harvest Moon: One World launches on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch this March.
The Harvest Goddess has disappeared, and it’s up to you to help find her. Before she vanished, though, the Goddess imbued Harvest Wisps with the knowledge of various seeds, thus ensuring the various fruits and vegetables of the world would not be lost. Using the power given to these Harvest Wisps, players will be able to grow a variety of plants, but be warned, finding all of them will be tricky. Wisps appear at different times and places throughout One World‘s locations, including the grasslands of Calisson, the beaches of Halo Halo, the deserts of Pastilla, the snowy mountains of Salmiakki, and the mountain town of Lebkuchen.
Players can choose either a boy or girl and woo one of five bachelors or bachelorettes, each with unique personalities and backstories. Raise animals such as cows, sheep, goats, and reindeer, and when the urge to travel hits, use your Expando-Farm to easily move from one area to another. Meet an assortment of characters throughout the world, grow familiar and exotic fruits and vegetables, and make a cozy life for yourself and your family in this newest farming simulator from Natsume.
Harvest Moon: One World will launch for $49.99 USD on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in North and South America on March 2, followed by a Switch launch in Europe on March 5. An Xbox One version is slated to release at a later date.
Prior to 2014, the Harvest Moon franchise was published by Natsume in North America. However, following a split from Marvelous, Natsume is now developing their own games under the Harvest Moon name.
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