Natsume Inc. is giving Harvest Moon fans in Europe a little something extra and a couple different options to choose from. Harvest Moon: Skytree Village will be receiving a set of DLC packs today. Two of them are absolutely free and ready to download the moment you see this post. The other two are paid DLC, completely optional, but also relatively cheap.
The free additions are the “Farm Decorations Set”, which comes with 16 new customization items and decorations, and the “Harvest Sprite Statue Set”, which has five new customization items like a Harvest Goddess-themed pergola and a Harvest Sprite statue.
The paid versions (running for €3.99/£3.99) are the new the ‘New Female NPC Set’ and the “New Male NPC/Statue Set”. We’ve added descriptions for both below so you can determine whether or not they’re worth your money, but it’s a nice gesture to the European fanbase that has kept Harvest Moon: Skytree Village going.
“The new female marriageable candidate is Nova, a kind and strong-willed girl who showed up in Skytree Village, yet how she got there is a bit of a tale in itself. Her father is a human from the surface world, while her mother is of the tribe of Gorgan from the Underworld Kingdom. Since she was raised in the dark and damp underground mines of the Underworld, the surface world is still a bit strange and confusing to her. Help her learn the ways of the surface dwellers! This DLC also includes a statue of the eccentric creator, Doc!
The new male marriageable candidate is Edmond, a grand mage, who trained both Gareth and Tabitha, and whose knowledge of the world far exceeds either of them. Despite this, he is rather calm and introspective in comparison to the slightly arrogant Gareth and boisterous Tabitha. He has returned to the land of the Harvest Goddess after some time, but what brought him back? Is there some sort of deeper secret he hides within? Also included in this DLC is a statue of the beautiful Harvest Goddess!”
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