Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life New Gameplay Trailer Released

Get a peek of what you can do.
Get a peek of what you can do. XSEED Games

A new trailer has been released for Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life, focusing on gameplay and highlighting different characters and activities that players get to encounter, each season, as time passes by in-game, like tending crops and riding horses. Players can also attend town festivals and build friendship or even romance. The trailer pretty much tells everyone that there's something exciting in each season.

You can watch the new trailer below:

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life releasing in North America this June 27 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam. The game is a remake of Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life.

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life was first released in Japan in September 2003 and later in North America in March 2004. It was originally made available on the GameCube and later ported to PlayStation.

Players start with one cow, and over the course of the game, they get additional and higher quality cattle plus other farm animals like chickens, sheep, and a horse. The cows stop making milk after 40 days, and to make sure they continue to produce milk, they have to be impregnated. Players also start with a dog but can obtain other pets like a lizard and turtle. It’s even possible to get access to a car later on.

The farm itself has three fields, each having different levels of fertility. Plants not only need to be watered at least once a day but must also be nourished using fertilizers. This way, players can get high-quality vegetables and fruits. Each crop has an ideal season, so they need to plan ahead well or the harvest will end up poor if planted in the wrong time of the year.

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life offers players events, enhanced festivals, more recipes, and never-before-seen crops. Those familiar with the series are sure to find the updates for Forgotten Valley exciting. New players can learn more about the joy in farm life and meeting various extraordinary characters.

Pre-orders for physical versions are now open with the standalone retail version priced at $49.99. There's also a premium bundle available at $59.99 though it's only for consoles. The premium edition includes a retail copy of the game plus a 3.5-inch by 4-inch tall long pocket goat plushie and a large cloth poster in a custom box. The poster and box share original illustrations by series illustrator Igusa Matsuyama.

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