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Harvest Moon: One World

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.”

Harvest Moon: One World was updated on Switch today. Version 1.2.0 includes a couple of big player-requested features, including the adjustment of the speed at which time moves and extended animal lifespans.

Here’s the full patch notice from Natsume:

With Harvest Moon: One World releasing on Switch today, we have new footage of the title in action. Take a look at the gameplay below.

Harvest Moon: One World is out now for Switch in North America. The European release is planned for March 5.

In celebration of today’s launch, Natsume has released a launch trailer for Harvest Moon: One World. Have a look at the video below.

Harvest Moon: One World is out now on Switch both physically and digitally.

Nintendo has rolled out a new trailer for the upcoming Harvest Moon: One World game from Natsume. Check it out below.

Harvest Moon: One World is scheduled to launch on Switch on March 5.

Today, Natsume unveiled its DLC plans for Harvest Moon: One World, which will kick off at launch and continue into May. The lineup includes the Interior Design & Tool Upgrade Pack, the Far East Adventure Pack, the Precious Pets Pack, and the Mythical Wild Animals Pack. A season pass is also planned.

Here’s the full schedule:

The Nintendo UK store has revealed another pre-order bonus, this time for Harvest Moon: One World. Buyers will receive a chicken keyring and sticker sheet. Both items are pictured above.

Harvest Moon: One World is slated for March 2 in North America and March 5 in Europe. The game can be pre-ordered on the Nintendo UK store here.

Natsume today issued a new trailer for Harvest Moon: One World. The latest details about the game were shared as well.

Here’s the full rundown:

Limited Run Games will be producing a collector’s edition for Harvest Moon: One World, Natsume has announced.

Copies will include the following:

Harvest Moon: One World was originally on track to launch this fall. Unfortunately, that will no longer be happening, as the game has been delayed.

We should now be seeing Harvest Moon: One World on March 5, 2021. Referring to the COVID-19 pandemic, Natsume CEO Hiro Maekawa said that “the current events have delayed the launch”, though the company is “working hard every day to create a great game that introduces players to a whole new world and promises Serious Fun.”

Here’s some information about Harvest Moon: One World: