Harvest Moon: One World now available on Steam

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Harvest Moon: One World is now out on PC via Steam for $49.99. Included with this version are all four DLC packs, All four DLC packs, Interior Design & Tool Upgrade Pack, Far East Adventure Pack, Precious Pets Pack, and Mythical Wild Animals Pack, are also available. Even more still is a patch, also available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, where the game has been available. The patch changes include new fast travel destinations, increased seeds from Harvest Wisps, lower seed prices, and the ability to discard items from your bag. The patch also includes a variety of fixes.

“Take a trip around the world in the latest entry in the long-running Harvest Moon series! Players will ride camels across the deserts of Pastilla, venture deep into the snowy mountains of Salmiakki, and even visit a volcano near the cozy mountain town of Lebkuchen! Can you imagine a world without cabbage, tomatoes, or even carrots? Believe it or not, that's the world you'll find yourself in at the beginning of Harvest Moon: One World, as the Harvest Goddess, the queen of crops herself, has vanished.”

Other features include:

  • Explore 5 unique and colorful areas: the sprawling grasslands of Calisson, the gorgeous beaches of Halo Halo, the searing desert heat of Pastilla, the cozy hills of Lebkuchen, and the snowy mountains of Salmiakki!
  • Play as a boy or a girl and woo one of 5 handsome bachelors and 5 beautiful bachelorettes, each with their own unique personality and backstory!
  • Raise and keep animals such as cows, sheep, goats, and even reindeer!
  • Use your Expando-Farm to easily travel from one area to another!

Keep in mind that it is very easy to confuse the current Harvest Moon titles with the series Story of Seasons. Natsume originally handled the English translation of the Harvest Moon games, but not the development. That changed in 2014 when XSeed became the company to handle the English translation of the game, and changed the name to Story of Seasons. Natsume holds the naming rights still and now develops and publishes its own farm sim style game, with the title Harvest Moon in the United States. It can be very confusing.