It was initially expected that we'd see the game launch in May, but now it turns out that we'll get the latest iteration of Natsume's long-running farming series in June, when the title finally makes it to consoles. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope landed on PC via Steam back in November 2017, and now it's ready for its console debut on Nintendo Switch and PS4, this time with the "Special Edition" subtitle.
It'll release both digitally and physically, and you'll be able to spot in on store shelves by looking out for the just-unveiled box art shown below. The game can be pre-ordered, but publisher Rising Star hasn't specified yet what it is that makes this version of the game more special when compared to the PC original (if anything), and the official bullet points remain pretty much the same as before:
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