Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns (Video)
Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns
STORY OF SEASONS: Trio of Towns is a fresh new entry in the Bokujo Monogatari’ series, a long-standing and top-selling farming/life-simulation franchise. After creating a customized character, players can live out a new life by cultivating their favorite fruits and vegetables while expanding and filling their farm with their choice of animals. For the first time in the series, players can explore three different towns, each with their own regional crops, animals, and flavors, in search of new ways to grow their farms and friendships. Players can also connect to one another, locally or via internet, to chat and trade useful items.
Best-selling farming/life-simulation game of all time returns
Longtime series producer Yoshifumi Hashimoto returns once more with a veteran Bokujo Monogatari development team to create the biggest adventure yet in this beloved series, which will soon be turning 20 in the West.
Extensive character and farm customization
After creating unique farmer avatars from a wide variety of options including gender, hair style, skin tone, facial contours and more, players can work and play their way through the three different towns in search of new ways to decorate their homes and take care of their crops and animals. Grow, craft, and perform a variety of tasks to generate income and build relationships!
Three towns, one world
As players acquire rare crops, decorations, and furniture in and around the three towns, they can connect with other players to trade them, or try their luck at enhancing them through a magic pedestal in the multiplayer world!
Heart-throbbing romance heats up the peaceful farm life
A variety of eligible bachelors and bachelorettes from all walks of life inhabit the three towns. Over time, players can build relationships with them through conversations, gifts, festivals, and special events. Each bachelor or bachelorette has his or her own story, and if players see those stories through, they can propose, get married, and even start their own families to raise the next generation of farmhands.