Monster Harvest Release Date Set For Later This Spring

Monster Harvest will be coming out on Steam and the Nintendo eShop this May. It's also coming to Xbox and Playstation's digital stores a little later.

Published: March 22, 2021 11:46 AM /


Monster Harvest

The Monster Harvest release date has been announced, and the game will be coming out on Steam and the Nintendo eShop on May 13, 2021. It's also coming to Xbox and Playstation's digital stores on June 3, 2021. There will be physical editions for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch that will release on June 4 in Europe and June 8 in the United States. 

What is Monster Harvest?

Monster Harvest is a monster collecting and farming RPG where you will grow, collect, and mutate your crops before taking them into battle. It's essentially a Pokemon x Harvest Moon (aka Story of Seasons) combo, which is an... interesting idea. It's definitely a new or at least a relatively unexplored idea, so at least Monster Harvest has originality going for it. 

Players have multiple ways to build their farm, craft dozens of different items for their farms and houses, and explore a bunch of different places as players battle "across the vibrant world of Planimal Point." While doing so, players will discover Slimes that can mutate their crops for up to 72 different mutations that you can collect. These mutations change depending on the seasons, which are Dry, Wet, and Dark. 

There are different ways to build up your farm, and these include irrigation pipes, the pickler, and other items that will turn freshly harvested crops into crops that are ready for battle. 

If you would like to wishlist Monster Harvest on Steam, be sure to check it out here. For more information on Monster Harvest as its launch approaches, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more details.

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