Nintendo Switch recently announced a new moon game called "Harvest Moon: One World", which will obviously be built using a new engine, new graphics, etc.
Natsume Soseki announced "Harvest Month: One World", and the company will release the game in North and South America. Rising Star Games will also work on the game and has fulfilled its distribution responsibilities in Europe. Both companies have worked on Harvest Moon movies in the past.
Despite the new engine and graphics overhaul, "One World" will still focus on farm management advocated by the critically acclaimed original Harvest Moon game.
Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO of Natsume Soseki, said in a recent press release: "Harvest month: a world has a new way to explore the harvest month, and experienced players and new generations will enjoy it." The harvest moon over the years It continues to develop, but it still retains the traditional family farming fun that franchise is famous for. "
He added: "The new engine and new graphics will enhance this experience in 2020."
Since 1997, the Harvest Moon series has launched more than 30 unique works in the past 20 years. Oneworld may compete with modern agricultural simulation giants (such as Stardew Valley) and production games (such as "Animal Crossing: New Horizons").
Harvest Month: One World will be launched for Nintendo Switch later this year. The last main game in the Harvest Moon series is Harvest Moon: Light of Hope.
In other agricultural simulation news, as of 2020, Stardew Valley, similar to Harvest Moon, has sold more than 10 million copies. At the same time, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has exceeded lifetime sales expectations and even attracted fashion giants such as Marc Jacobs and Valentino.
While you are waiting for Harvest Moon: One World, why not check our list of the best Switch games?