Buy more potential marriages with Harvest Moon: Light of Hope's DLC


Money makes Matrimony

Natsume Inc. has detailed a selection fo the post-release DLC coming to farming game Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition, which launches on PS4 and Nintendo Switch later this month.

The four DLC drops start from day one and continue through until July 31. Although there are some tools and decorative items in the mix, as well as some new chapters, there are a helluva lot of “Marriageable Characters” – which just sounds so dang romantic – included across the four packs. A Season Pass will be available for $10.

The DLC drops are as follows: (Descriptions from Gematsu)

Decorations & Tool Upgrade Pack – May 29 – $1.99 “Completely customize and beautify your farm with 7 different decorative fence sets and 2 statues. You will also be able to upgrade your Hoe and Watering Can two additional levels, making growing crops easier and faster!”

New Marriageable Characters Pack – June 19 – $5.99

“Expand your experience with new and exciting content! Two new eligible residents have moved into Beacon Town! Shirlock, a fledgling journalist and self-proclaimed detective who is studying under the tutelage of Naomi, and Michelle, Doc’s research partner.”

Doc’s and Melanie’s Special Episodes – July 10 – $5.99

“Help out Melanie and Doc in two side stories that will unlock new shops! Melanie is in a designing slump, and needs your help for inspiration! Meanwhile, Doc is having trouble in the romance department! Can you help him out? And what rewards will they give you?”

Divine Marriageable Characters Pack – July 31 – $3.99

“Ever wonder what it’d be like to woo the Harvest Goddess or Gorgan? Well, now you can! Get to know the Harvest Goddess and Gorgan on a deeper level and marry them!”

And there you have it. All that actually matters here, of course, is that you can marry the Harvest Gorgan this Summer, which sounds like a pretty funky fresh relationship.

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition is coming to PS4 and Switch on May 29 in North America and June 22 in Europe.