Harvest Moon: One World Season Pass and DLC revealed

Harvest Moon: One World Season Pass DLC Far East Adventure Pack Interior Design & Tool Upgrade Pack Precious Pets Pack Mythical Wild Animals Pack

If Marvelous’s Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town can get a season pass and DLC, then Natsume’s Harvest Moon can too. As such, Natsume and Rising Star Games have indeed revealed the Harvest Moon: One World Season Pass and associated DLC. The game is currently slated to launch on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on March 2, and the season pass DLC content will begin on that same day with the Interior Design & Tool Upgrade Pack available for $2.99. The Far East Adventure Pack will follow on March 23 for $12.99, the Precious Pets Pack will arrive April 13 for $2.99, and the Mythical Wild Animals Pack will land May 4 for $2.99.

The Harvest Moon: One World Season Pass will contain all four of those DLC packs for a more affordable $14.99. In brief, here’s what you can expect from each pack:

The Interior Design & Tool Upgrade Pack will allow you to customize your home with five designs — Farm, Castle, Steampunk, Spaceship, and Starlight — and you will able to upgrade your hoe, watering can, hammer, axe, and fishing rod by one extra level. The Far East Adventure Pack will provide a whole new area to explore, including an “entire island” and “the exotic land of Wagashi,” and it’s uncertain whether or not those are both referring to the same place. It will also include a new chapter, new characters (including “stoic” bachelor Shogen and “cheery” bachelorette Sana), new animals, and new crops.

More simply, the Precious Pets Pack will include 12 new animals, including Siamese cats and silver dapple horses. And lastly, the Mythical Wild Animals Pack will include 10 “fanciful wild animals,” like chocolate mint tigers and, uh, lava rabbits.

If you love Harvest Moon, then the Harvest Moon: One World Season Pass sounds like it will deliver all the extra content you’re hoping to see. The game is available to preorder with assorted goodies, like a plush chicken, now.

[Source: PR]

John Friscia
Head Copy Editor for Enthusiast Gaming, Managing Editor at The Escapist. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I really miss living in South Korea. And I'm developing the game Boss Saga!