XSEED Games and Marvelous announced Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life releases on June 27 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. The game will be sold physically and digitally.
The Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life physical standard edition will be sold for $49.99 at participating retailers and the XSEED Games Store. Further, a premium bundle will be sold for $59.99 featuring a 3.5” x 4” goat pocket plushie and large cloth poster within a custom outer box. The poster and custom box share an original illustration by series illustrator Igusa Matsuyama.
Here’s an overview of the upcoming title via XSEED Games:
Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life revisits the tranquil community of Forgotten Valley where the protagonist fulfills their father’s dream of running a farm. As the seasons go by, players will find their lifelong partner, raise a child together, and watch them grow up. Will their child carry on the family’s farm legacy or find their calling somewhere else? Only time will tell…
An unforgettable tale of friendship, family, and farming blooms back to life for a new generation. Originally released for the Nintendo GameCube (and later the PlayStation 2), the Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life remake introduces a plethora of new events, enhanced festivals, a cornucopia of never-before-seen crops, and even more recipes to cook. Returning fans will find plenty of exciting updates to Forgotten Valley, while newcomers to the series will discover the joys of cozy farm life and the extraordinary characters that make this series shine.
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