Harvest Moon: One World out now on PC

Natsume has released Harvest Moon: One World for the PC via Steam, priced at £32.99.

What makes this port odd is that, unlike the (still unreleased) Xbox One version, the PC release was seemingly never announced beforehand. This might have been done to get the game out on Steam before Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, which launches next week.

Of course, this wouldn’t be an article on Harvest Moon without mentioning that the series is now separate from Bokujō Monogatari (which became the Story of Seasons series in the west). It’s been a while since the split happened, but the confusion from fans doesn’t seem to have gone away just yet.

This release is available in Europe, due to being published by Natsume directly — European publisher Rising Star Games ended up skipping the PS4 release here, not even bringing it over digitally.

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