Farming sim Hakoniwa Bokujou Hitsuji Mura announced for Switch

    A new farming sim remaster.

    SUCCESS Corporation announced farming sim Hakoniwa Bokujou Hitsuji Mura for Nintendo Switch, the next entry in the Hitsuji Mura series.

    Hakoniwa Bokujou Hitsuji Mura is a remaster of Youkoso Hitsuji Mura Portable with new features and enhancements. The game will be sold physically and digitally in Japan on November 10. English support will be added via a free update at a later date.

    Here’s an overview of features found in the new release via Gematsu:

    • Farm Zoom-Out Display Mode Added – Taking advantage of Switch’s high-resolution display, a “Farm Zoom-Out Display Mode” which displays the farm in its original pixel size has been added, allowing players to experience a livelier farm with various small animals bustling about. Of course, the traditional magnified display is also supported. You can switch between displays using the R stick.
    • High-Resolution Graphics – The user interface, event scenes, and pixel art graphics have all been upgraded to high-resolution. Whereas Youkoso Hitsuji Mura Portable ran at a display size of 480×272, the new release runs at 1280×720.
    • More Item Slots and a Selection Cursor – Whereas Youkoso Hitsuji Mura Portable only allowed you to hold three items at once, Hakoniwa Bokujou Hitsuji Mura allows you to hold seven. A selection cursor has also been added, allowing free selection of items to be placed on the farm.
    • Item Target Marker Added – The support feature “Target Marker” has been added, allowing the player to check where an item will be placed before it is set. This can be turned ON or OFF in the settings.

    Lastly, check out the announcement trailer below:

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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