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Harvest Moon: One World Coming to PlayStation 4


Fledgling farmers will be able to explore a whole new world when Natsume’s Harvest Moon: One World makes its way to the PlayStation 4 in North and South America later this year.

Originally announced for the Nintendo Switch earlier this month, the Harvest Moon series has seen previous entries on legacy PlayStation platforms like the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 3, along with Sony’s portable lineup. However, this release will pay host to an all-new engine that features new graphics.

As players dive into this title, they’ll be able to explore a number of unique villages, meet up with both new and familiar faces, and take on a wealth of adventurous challenges as they manage their growing farm. Along the way, players will be able to pay a visit to the beaches of Halo Halo,the snowy mountains of Salmiakki, and countless other locales.

You can view the PlayStation 4 box art below:

According to Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO of Natsume Inc.:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]”We are excited to share the first look at the new art for Harvest Moon: One World, which gives you a sneak peek at the vast world filled with mystery, challenges, new friends, and farming fun that awaits players. We are also excited to officially confirm it is coming to the PlayStation 4 alongside the Switch. The Harvest Moon franchise has a long history on the Sony platforms including releases on the original PlayStation, PlayStation 2, 3 and 4 as well as the PS Vita and PSP.”[/testimonials]
Source: Press Release
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