Harvestella is a highly anticipated farming simulation RPG from Square Enix that will be marking its Nintendo Switch release on November 4. However, will you be able to pick up a Harvestella physical release, so you can place it on your shelf? Find out below.
Can I Buy A Harvestella Physical Release?
Square Enix has confirmed there will be a Harvestella physical release. Hurrah! The good news is that Harvestella will indeed be available in a box on a store shelf. The bad news is that there doesn’t seem to be any special edition or collector’s edition of the game.
Something to keep in mind is if you’re planning to get the PC version alongside the Switch, it will only be available digitally like many games on Steam.
Are There Any Harvestella Preorder Bonuses?
After checking GameStop and Amazon, there are absolutely no preorder bonuses for the Harvestella physical release in North America. Even the official Square Enix store isn’t carrying any preorder bonus.
However, if you live in the United Kingdom, GAME is currently offering an exclusive poster based on the character Mirri. You can only get it from that retailer, however. It’s a shame this poster isn’t carried over to the United States and Canada because the artwork is beautiful and deserves to be on your wall. The poster will be A4-sized, so it’s not all that big anyway.
Is There A Harvestella Demo?
If you want to try the game before buying, you’re in luck. If you go to the Harvestella game page on the Nintendo eShop, you’ll find a demo that’s available to download.
You’ll begin the game as if you’ve just bought it and then once you’re reached the end of the trial, you’ll be able to carry over your save data to the full experience on November 4, 2022.
While you wait for Harvestella, you might want to check out Hokko Life, which also has a physical release.
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