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Farming Game Monster Harvest Coming August 19


The new launch date for Merge Games and Maple Powered Games’ farming game Monster Harvest is August 19, 2021.

This delay will allow the development team to add support for Latin America and Eastern Europe, along with extra polish on all platforms.

According to Kerry Vandenberg, joint owner of Maple Powered Games:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]”Delays are awful, we are sorry to let down our friends and fans, yet we want to make sure we dispatch Monster Harvest in the best shape possible so that our whole community will enjoy it. We realised how important it is to ensure high-quality support for as many regions as possible right from launch day, even if that means having to push back our release date by just over a month. We are shipping the game by August 19th, with no further days and it’ll be worth it when we show what we have in store for you.”[/testimonials]

Monster Harvest is a pixelated farming simulator that allows players to mutate their crops to create companions that can be taken into battle. As players venture across Planimal Point, they can take part in turn-based battles and explore dungeons as they set out to take down the evil SlimeCo.

Learn more with the reveal trailer below:

Monster Harvest – Reveal Trailer

The title will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The game will also see physical editions for both the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Source: YouTube
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