Harvest Moon: One World getting an update tomorrow
Natsume has announced that a new update for Harvest Moon: One World will be releasing tomorrow.
First up on the agenda are adjustments to seed accrual. Natsume says that most Harvest Sprites “will now give multiples of each seed, and the price of seeds unlocked at all stores has been lowered.”
Also planned are more teleport points to several regions. With these new additions, some previous teleport points will be renamed.
The update also comes with small text changes, including clarifying language for some items and quests alongside. You’ll now be able to discard items in your bag as well.
Natsume last put out a notable update for Harvest Moon: One World in May. It came with a speed adjustment for time and flow of some actions, increased animal lifespans with the range of their lifespans being narrowed so each species would live to a more consistent age, and numerous small text changes, including clarifying language for some items and quests.
Harvest Moon: One World originally launched for Switch back in March. It was originally planned for 2020, but Natsume delayed the game having been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The company said at the time that it “working hard every day to create a great game that introduces players to a whole new world and promises Serious Fun.”