The Release Date of Life Simulator Harvest Days Has Been Announced!
Harvesting Is in Full Swing These Days
After a resounding success at Steam’s Next Fest, Toplitz Productions has decided to delay the release of Harvest Days to May 12, 2022, for its Early Access release on Steam.
However, there is an excellent cause for the delay. Controller support, an in-game map, more than 50 new cultivable crops, electric scooters, and a new desert environment are among the new additions to the life simulation.
Honestly, some of these items (controller support, in-game map) should have been included in the release, so it’s a good thing that they’re being worked on right now.
What does the Harvest Days release date announcement mean for the game’s premise? As far as I can tell, it’s a blend of farming, life, and business simulations. When you run a farm on your own, you’ll have to take care of your livestock, fix your farm, and plant a wide array of crops and plants.
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The countryside isn’t just for farming; you may go horseback riding, fishing, or visit surrounding towns to make new acquaintances and meet new people.
There are more than forty different things to do, and there are dozens of different wild species to see. Natural caves filled with minerals, a temple ruin, or a mystery wetland may be found during exploration. Construct your own tools, furniture, and other home accents, if you so like.
Prior to the game’s Early Access release on May 12, 2022, you may now add Harvest Days to your Steam wishlist. If you’re more of a social media person, check out the game’s Discord or Twitter accounts.
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