The new Harvest Moon spin-off needs a little more time to grow. The crops won’t be ready to be brought in for another week, as Harvest Moon: Mad Dash’s release date has been bumped from October 29, 2019 until November 5, 2019. Natsume revealed the delay via Twitter, but didn’t explain the reason for it.
In case you missed it, here is about a two minute trailer showing how Harvest Moon: Mad Dash is played. You take plots of land or various farm products that can be as small as 1×1 or much larger and have them form larger groups so you can harvest them to get products and meet the stage’s requirements. You can get up to three stars in each stage for meeting the goals in certain amounts of times and hitting various score plateaus. Up to four people can play together.
Harvest Moon: Mad Dash will appear on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on November 5, 2019.