A new Harvest Moon game has been announced on both Facebook and Twitter. Natsume is preparing Harvest Moon: Skytree Village for the Nintendo 3DS. Only a logo has been shared for the game so far, but the company promises the latest game will be playable for the first time at E3 2016.
Players create a male or female farmer in Harvest Moon: Skytree Village. They then customize their farmland by raising and lowering it, adding rivers and ponds. People will even be able to fish from a boat. New characters will be joined by a few returning characters from Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley, and people will be able to visit them in the nnearby town. If all goes well, you can resurrect the seven Skytrees and restore the Harvest Goddess.
Harvest Moon: Skytree Village will be Natsume’s third, original Harvest Moon game. The first was Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley, which first appeared on the Nintendo 3DS in North America in November 2014, before heading to Europe and Australia in June 2015. The follow-up, Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories, appeared on Apple iOS and Android devices in 2016 and is supposed to come to PCs and the Nintendo Wii U at a later date.