Magical farming simulator Fae Farm reveals plans for post-launch content

Fae Farm

Nintendo Switch players will get access to Fae Farm‘s next content packs for free.

You can view the announcement and trailer below:

Phoenix Labs today announced post-launch support for Fae Farm, the upcoming magic-infused cozy farm sim. Additions to the game after launch will include new places to discover, new characters to befriend and romance, new creatures, new stories, and more!

Players on the Nintendo Switch will get access to all future Fae Farm content packs downloadable for free via the Nintendo eShop. Those who purchase the Fae Farm Deluxe Edition on Steam or the Epic Game Store for £49.99 will also receive the first two post-launch content packs for Fae Farm when they release. The first two content packs on all platforms are expected to release between December 2023 and June 2024.

In addition to post-launch supprt plans for Fae Farm, Phoenix Labs also revealed today a brand new way for players to punch their ticket to Azoria. The Fae Farm Standard Edition, available via Steam and Epic Game Store, is now available for pre-purchase for £29.99 and grants the base Fae Farm game, with all the same launch content available in the Deluxe Edition.

With over 100 hours of gameplay available to completionists, including a full story campaign, hundreds of items to craft and collect, and a vast array of crops to grow, fish and critters to catch, and a lovingly handcrafted world to explore, the Standard Edition delivers tremendous value for cozy gamers looking for adventure.

It’s worth noting that while Nintendo Switch players are getting the post-launch content for free, PC players need to purchase the game’s Deluxe Edition to be eligible.

Fae Farm is coming September 8, 2023, for the Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows (through Steam).



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