First Ever DLC For a Harvest Moon Title Released Today For Free


It’s a new day Harvest Moon fans, as today marks the first ever release of a DLC pack for an entry in the much loved and long running franchise. Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley received the first of a apparently several DLC packs today on 3DS and it’s being dropped for free. Here’s your info dump and some screenshots to eyeball.

All of the current and upcoming DLC includes content requested by fans from across the internet. The current DLC pack includes a much-requested addition to the player’s dresser – new outfits and hairstyles!

The new outfits will include clothing for both the female protagonist and the male protagonist. Each will receive a trio of outfits, including a new Dairy Farmer outfit for each. Both will also receive a new hairstyle. The new content can be accessed from a player’s dresser. If players have not yet built the dresser, they can do so by talking to Doc, the eccentric inventor.

“We made a promise with Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley that we would continue to innovate and listen to our fans and their feedback, and by providing the first-ever DLC for a Harvest Moon game, we are keeping that promise,” said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO at Natsume. “January’s additions are only the beginning…we are excited to bring fans a variety of new content to shape their valleys in new ways in the coming months.”

Future DLC packs will include new items to customize the Lost Valley itself, along with new crops, recipes, and plenty more. There’s even some whispers that new love is in the air, but whether these rumors are true remain to be seen! All of these DLC packs will also be made available in Europe, after Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley launches later this year.

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