3DS farming simulation Harvest Moon: A New Beginning will finally get a UK release on 20th September, the European arm of publisher Marvelous has said.
Europe is typically a year behind the rest of the world for Harvest Moon launches, and New Beginning is no exception. It launched last year in Japan and North America, the first title in the series designed from the ground up for 3DS.
This incarnation's additions include increased customisation for your boy or girl farmer and a larger world to explore.
Nintendo 3DS game Harvest Moon: A New Beginning launches in Europe during the third quarter of 2013.
So, that's at some point between July, August and September.
It'll arrive on these shores courtesy of publisher Marvelous AQL Europe and distributor Zen United. It was released in Japan in February 2012 and in the US in October 2012.
The creator of farming sim series Harvest Moon has announced a new game, currently code-named Project Happiness.
Yasuhiro Wada, the father of the long-running Harvest Moon franchise, is developing the title at his new studio, Toybox.
Harvest Moon developer Natsume is also working on the game, with regular Western publisher Rising Star Games also on board.
A new entry in Marvelous Entertainment's long-running farm sim Harvest Moon is heading to the 3DS next year, the publisher has announced.
Titled Harvest Moon: Hajimari no Daichi, which Andriasang claims translates roughly as First Earth, it's due on Japanese shelves in early 2012.
Customisation seems to be the focus this time around, with players able to deck out their own farm and tweak away at their avatar to their heart's content. Sounds groundbreaking.