On Friday, Natsume announced that the Harvest Moon: One World will soon be available for Xbox One!
Good news for all Rising Star Games’ Harvest Moon: One World game users!
With the exciting news from Natsume, Xbox One announces that the launch date would be revealed later.
Harvest Moon: One World was initially slated to launch in North America and Europe for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in fall 2020. Now, March 2 is the new schedule for the launch.
The colorful journey of “Harvest Moon”
The previous main game in the franchise is Harvest Moon: Light of Hope. Natsume previously released it in May 2018 for the Switch and PlayStation 4.
The iOS and Android version of the game was later released in September 2018.
Furthermore, in October 2019, Natsume’s Harvest Moon: Mad Dash game for the Switch and PS4 launched in North America and Europe.
Natsume published most of the previous games of Natsume in the Bokujō Monogatari franchise. Those were under the umbrella title of Harvest Moon in North America.
The Bokujō Monogatari: Tsunagaru Shin Tenchi game was published by XSEED Games — Marvelous AQL’s subsidiary in March 2015 in North America. With this, XSEED cannot use Natsume’s Harvest Moon title.
For the Switch and PC, XSEED released Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town (Bokujō Monogatari: Saikai no Mineral Town) in July.
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The super engaging game
Nintendo U.K. invites fans with the description, “To explore a world of new and familiar faces, unique villages, and adventurous challenges while managing your growing farm.”
It further shared, “Can you imagine a world without strawberries, cabbage, or tomatoes? Buoyed by a puzzling discovery, set out on an adventure that goes beyond your hometown, spanning the whole World!”
Moreover, Harvest Moon: One World creates a brand-new way of exploring all-new engine and graphics features.
It further makes a brand-new way of exploring Harvest Moon for seasoned players and new generations alike.
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