New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers coming to PC via Steam on June 7

Switch launch title set for PC release.

New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers

New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers, Arc System Works’ town-building simulation game launched for Switch in March, is coming to PC via Steam on June 7, the developer announced.

Here’s an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers is a town-building simulation game, where you command your pioneers to colonize a new land.

The pioneers are capable of “Logging,” “Mining,” “Hunting,” “Fishing,” and many others. Command them accordingly, and build your own town efficiently!

From the materials gathered via the actions of your pioneers, you can then use them to “Build”! With the buildings, you can then process logs into lumber, weave wool into textiles, grow plants with the Field and many more! Make your town thrive with all these useful buildings!

You can also keep wild animals as pets too! Pets can go out with the pioneers to gather materials, or they can help in hunting, and even allow pioneers to ride on their backs!

As you progress in colonizing the land, you may obtain “Invention Cards” along the way. “These cards provide various effects, such as shortening your farm harvesting time cycle, and increasing the fishing time and etc.” There are over 290 cards in the game! Use them wisely!

There are three game modes. First, there is the Story Mode, where you set out with the help of your lovely assistant, Jessica, to build your dream town from scratch, overcome all sorts of obstacles, and aim to develop into a city. Then, there is the Survival Mode, where you can choose from 5 levels of difficulty to suit your pace of game play. Lastly, the Free Mode has no Game Overs, and you can use whichever Invention Cards you have obtained freely.

You choose how you want to build your frontier town!

Watch a trailer for the PC version below.

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