Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns launches October 13 in Europe

European release finally dated.

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns will launch for 3DS in Europe on October 13, the official Nintendo of Europe Twitter account has revealed.

The farming simulation game was first released in Japan in June 2016, followed by North America this February.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

The original and best-selling farming/life sim returns for its 20th anniversary with a brand new adventure!

Take on the role of a young city slicker who has always wished for a life on the farm. Your dream leads you to a huge plot of open land just ready to be filled with crops, livestock, decorations, and more.

Your new farm is at the crossroads of three different towns. Westown, with its cows and corrals, has everything the classic frontier settler needs. Right next door is Lulukoko Town, a warm, friendly paradise to rival any tropical island. Rounding out the neighborhood is Tsuyukusa, a traditional Far Eastern village. Become friends with the residents and help them improve their towns, then connect to other farmers like you, locally or via internet, to chat and trade useful items.

Grow crops, raise adorable pets, become a renowned chef or fashionista, and even discover romance with the locals. It’s all up to you in Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns.

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