Several days ago, publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment released the newest trailer of Doraemon Story of Seasons that reveal more detail about the farming system. Obviously, the gameplay of Doraemon Story of Seasons still sticks to the Story of Seasons series, formerly Harvest Moon with some adjustments relates to Doraemon.

The story of the game starts when Doraemon, Nobita and friends get lost in a strange world after being blown by a mysterious storm. In the new world, they have to learn to get familiar with it and also find a way to come back to their world.

Are you ready to join Doraemon and friends' adventure in an unknown town?

In this game, Nobita is the main person who takes care of the ranch which is ruined for some reasons. Firstly, he needs to tile some land before buying seeds from the shop. Instead of covering 9 tiles like before, one bag of seed in Doraemon Story of Seasons can only be sowed on one tile. Besides, the crops’ quality depends on the fertilizers used and it is shown by the number of stars at the descriptions.

Nobita's jobs are ploughing the field

.... and taking care of the animals

After harvesting, you can sell the crops by using shipping boxes. The game provides you with a tool to track the number of crops sold and the money you  earned by selling crops

According to Bandai Namco, the trial version of Doraemon Story of Seasons will be released soon but no specified date is confirmed. There is a high possibility that this trial version will reach the west, too.

Doraemon Story of Seasons is the result of the collaboration between Bandai Namco Entertainment (publisher), Marvelous (IP holder and producer) and Brownies (developer) with the helm of Shinichi Kameoka, who is behind the Seiken Densetsu/Mana series. In addition, Marvelous is also working on a new Story of Season for the console platform in parallel to Doraemon Story of Seasons.


Doraemon Story of Seasons will be released exclusively in Japan on June 13th on Switch. For the western countries, the game will be launched in Autumn 2019 on both PC and Switch with English subtitles. You can now make a pre-order at Japanese Nintendo Eshop.