Includes 6 extra marital relationship prospects.
As if Story of Seasons’ feverishly compulsive farm-life vortex wasn’t enough of a time sink by itself, the most recent entry in the long-running series – Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town on Switch – is getting an expansion pass, including a lot more diversions post-launch.
The growth pass will provide 5 regular monthly updates following Pioneers of Olive Town’s launch on 26th March in the UK, lots of drawing motivation from previous video games in the Bokujo Monogatari series, which commemorates its 25th anniversary this year.
April’s upgrade consist of Animal Attire outfits for the video game’s lead characters and marital relationship prospects, together with an unique sub-scenarios referred to as Olive Town Mystery Files. May brings the Windswept Falls Expansion Pack, which includes a brand-new location including 4 characters from a presently undefined 3DS series entry, consisting of 2 extra marital relationship prospects.
More lead character and marital relationship prospect attires show up in June’s School Uniforms set and these are signed up with by the Terracotta Oasis Expansion Pack, presenting an unique sanctuary that’s house to 4 characters from Story of Seasons on 3DS, consisting of another 2 marital relationship prospects.
July brings yet more outfits, this time from the Yukata Set, in addition to the Legendary Sprite Dance sub-scenario, which sees the sprites trying to restore their famous dance and banquet events. Last up, in August, is the Twilight Isle Expansion Pack, in which gamers can cruise to an island bathed in golden. Expect 4 characters from Trio of Towns, consisting of yet another 2 extra marital relationship prospects.
Pioneers of Olive Town’s growth pass will cost $19.99 USD (around £15) and is likewise consisted of in an unique package together with the base video game. Those that acquire the pass will acquire instant access to a variety of benefit products on launch day: the Pete and Claire’s Overalls and Yuto and Naomi’s Hoodies outfits (both sets influenced by Friends of Mineral Town) in addition to the Henry and Holly’s Western Attire outfits, from Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns.