Natsume and publisher Rising Star Games have announced that Harvest Moon: One World will be delayed from its original release window of 2020 for the Nintendo Switch, to March 2, 2021 in North and South America and on March 5, 2021 in Europe. Hiro Maekawa, CEO of Natsume stated the delay was due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, citing that irrespective of the pandemic’s impact, Natsume is “…working hard every day to create a great game that introduces players to a whole new world…”
Players interested in the latest entry within the veteran farming simulator franchise can pre-order Harvest Moon: One World now, and will include a chicken plush toy as a bonus. Harvest Moon: One World places players within a world bereft of the knowledge of plants, seeds, and all things agriculture, where the protagonist must find creatures known as Harvest Wisps to unlock that knowledge throughout their playthrough, as they explore the world that Harvest Moon: One World is set upon, presumably to engage in farming galore.
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