New Launch Trailer For Delightfully Cozy Farming Sim Fae Farm

During 2023’s Opening Night Live Gamescom event, developers Phoenix Labs released an exciting new trailer and post-launch content and support plans for the upcoming cozy farming sim, Fae Farm. The “magic-infused” farm sim is a far cry from Phoenix Labs’ Monster Hunter-esque Dauntless, but it looks to be another creative game aimed at a niche that really struggles for quality releases outside of the indie space.

New Launch Trailer For Delightfully Cozy Farming Sim Fae Farm

Post-launch support for Fae Farm will include new locations to explore and discover, additional characters to romance, more creatures, extra stories, many of which will launch with two future Fae Farm content packs that will be available to download on the Nintendo eShop, for free. Additionally, players that dive in on Steam or Epic Games can purchase the Deluxe Edition for $59.99, which also grants free access to the two post-launch content packs. Exact release dates are yet to be confirmed but both content updates are expected to launch between December 2023 and June 2024.

Players that want to shave a little extra off the top can now buy the Fae Farm Standard Edition, on both the Steam and Epic Games Store, for $39.99, promising all the same launch content as the Digital Deluxe version.

Fae Farm boasts over 100 hours of content, including hundreds of items to craft, collect, and grow, a full story campaign, fishing, and more.

Source: Press Release
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