This is a series that needs no introduction from us! It’s now confirmed that Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will be making its way across the sea and into the loving arms of farming-sim fans everywhere across PAL territories. If you’re like us, it has been too long since we last pulled up our wellies and filled our watering can, but that’s all about to change! Full announcement and trailer below!
GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN – 02 October 2014 – Global video games publishers Bergsala Lightweight and Natsume Inc today announces a new publishing deal for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, the latest game in the Harvest Moon series. This partnership means that Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will be released across PAL territories in Q1 2015, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.
Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley sees players discovering a mysterious valley where winter never ends; the other seasons have all vanished and only you can help bring them back! With help from the Harvest Sprites, local villagers and even the Harvest Goddess herself, the world is truly yours to shape however you like. Make your mark by planting, digging and building, raise animals and attract newcomers to the valley, make new friends and even start a family!
While the gameplay stays true to previous Harvest Moon games, Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley takes you into a fully 3D environment to open up new possibilities. Dig down into the earth to create caves, stack dirt high to form mountains, build roads and bridges to explore new areas, create your own fishing ponds or crop fields and much, much more! And with new context-sensitive actions available to help with the work, shaping your own world has never been so easy.
“Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley marks a new milestone in the Harvest Moon series, with the refined gameplay that has made it so loved around the world now moved into full 3D,” said Allan Ronnebro of Bergsala Lightweight. “We’re delighted to be able to bring it to Europe in early 2015, and hope that long-term and new fans alike will love what this latest game offers.”
“We are very excited to be working with Bergsala Lightweight in publishing Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley across Europe,” said Hiro Maekawa, president and CEO of Natsume Inc. “We know that European Harvest Moon fans have been eagerly awaiting this title, and we are very happy that they will be able to play this new evolution of Harvest Moon thanks to Bergsala Lightweight!”
Specific details about the release date of Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley in PAL territories will be disclosed in due course.
What part of Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley are you most looking forward to?