Square Enix has announced a life simulation RPG called Harvestella, bringing a breath of fresh air to gamers.
Revealed during the Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase event on Tuesday, the game will be released for Nintendo Switch and Steam on November 4, 2022. “In Harvestella, players will experience a world The beauty changes with the flow of the seasons and enjoy many exciting in-game features including tending to crops, making friends with townspeople and adventuring into challenging dungeons” Square Enix said. know.
The game is designed by artist Isamu Kamikokuryo, who previously worked on the Final Fantasy XII project, and the music is provided by Go Shiina, who previously worked on the Tales of series. “Harvestalla is set in a vibrant and colorful world where four giant crystals known as ‘Seaslight’ create a steady change between the four seasons. The adventure begins when anomalies in Seaslight begin to appear, creating ‘Quietus’, a deadly season that takes place between the four natural seasons for unknown reasons.
“During the quiet times, the crops wither and people can’t venture outside, and the worrying thing is that these seasons are mysteriously lengthening year after year.” Square Enix added: “Players can choose from a variety of classes, such as Fighter, Shadow Walker and Mage, and adventure through the game’s Dungeons with their friends to discover the origins of the world. as well as the truth behind the disasters they encounter along the way.
The combat mechanism in the game will take place in the style of role-playing action, with many similarities with Star Ocean. Each character will have unique equipment and skills to use in combat. The enemies in the game called Quietus will all appear in many different forms. They will include all kinds of monsters from normal monsters to big bosses, players will have to fight for the victory to save the life-giving crops in the game instead of the dead season.
The game is currently available for players to pre-order digitally through Steam, with Switch pre-orders starting at a later date. A physical version will also be released for the Nintendo system.