Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town Heads to Windows PC July 14

Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town

XSEED Games have announced that Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town will be heading to Windows PC via Steam.

As previously reported and developed by Bullets, the game has players inherit a rundown farm from their late grandfather in Mineral Town. You harvest crops, look after animals, take part in festivals, and maybe even find love.

It was also recently revealed the same-sex marriages would only be added to the North American and European versions of the game (being a “best friend” system in Japanese). It is unknown what content the Steam version will utilize.

You can find the PC announcement trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

Your farming life begins in Mineral Town, a charming village surrounded by nature. You’ve returned after many years to restore your late grandfather’s farm to its former glory. Care for crops, livestock, and more as your very own story of seasons unfolds.

Tend to the Farm!
A menagerie of fruits, veggies, and livestock are waiting for you. Raise them all with love and care, and you’ll have plenty of products to harvest, sell, or cook with!

Stroll Down Memory Lane!
Mineral Town is full of friendly faces, both old and new! Head into town, give gifts, and learn all about your neighbors as you befriend them.

Fall in Love!
Mineral Town is home to several eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. Get to know the boy or girl of your dreams, and you might be able to date them, get married, and even start a family!

There’s More to Explore!
Go fishing, cook fresh meals, and when your work’s all said and done, take a dip in the local hot spring. Experience the farmer’s life like never before!

Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town is available in Japan, and July 14th on Windows PC (via Steam), and Nintendo Switch in North America.

Image: Steam

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Ryan Pearson


Taking his first steps onto Route 1 and never stopping, Ryan has had a love of RPGs since a young age. Now he's learning to appreciate a wider pallet of genres and challenges.