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Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition Now Available for Pre-Order
Don't drag your feet, make a moo-ve on this pre-order!
02.27.18 - 9:24 PM

Natsume Inc. has shown off some special merch coming with their newest game, Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, and it's adorable! A friend to the series since the very beginning, the Chocolate Cow has always been there to help struggling players make ends meet. And now, Harvest Moon fans can have a Chocolate Cow of their very own! Of course, this cow is only six inches tall and a plushie, but hey, it's the thought that counts! If this adorable cow tugs on your heart strings also, you can pre-order the special edition at Gamestop for $39.99 USD.

harvest moon light of hope preorder special edition

Natsume has teased fans about new features being included in the console releases, but no new information has been given. As we get closer to the May release date, however, I have no doubt that Natsume will let us in on these secrets!

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is set to release in May of 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and Switch. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more news and info on the Harvest Moon series!


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