Natsume and Rising Star Games today announced an all-new title, Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, and this is the first time the Harvest Moon brand will be on Steam. Natsume also revealed that the title will be playable on the PC in its booth at E3 2017 in June.
In Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, players begin the game as they set out looking for a fresh start and new surroundings.
“During their voyage, their ship is hit by a monsoon and goes down. As they drift into a small harbor town, now in a shambles from the storm, it will be up to the player to help rebuild the town and save the lighthouse…but it won’t be easy! Nevertheless, with some hard work growing crops, tending livestock, and gathering materials for repairs, players will be able to make new friends, start a family, revive the lighthouse, and save the town!”
Hiro Maekawa, President & CEO of Natsume, said:
“Harvest Moon: Light of Hope will set itself apart from other Harvest Moon titles with its depth, including a robust story and clear-cut goals. We set out to create a SNES-style nostalgic game with deep and meaningful characters and events, and we are excited to have our fans play it at E3 and tell us what they think!”
Martin Defries, Managing Director, Rising Star Games, added:
“Partnering with Natsume for over a decade, we’ve been delighted to bring the joyful gameplay of Harvest Moon to fans in Europe and beyond. We are excited to be part of the unveiling of Harvest Moon: Light of Hope at E3”.
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