Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns E3 2016 trailer

Three towns, a number of locales, and more.

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns

XSEED Games has released the E3 2016 trailer for Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns, its upcoming Bokujou Monogatari for 3DS.

The 2017-due game features three towns, filled with locales to explore, and where farming fishing, and more fill your daily life. Players can spend quality time with NPCs to live their lives to the fullest.

Here’s the overview, via XSEED:

In celebration of the upcoming 20th anniversary of the longest-running farming and life simulation series, the beloved Bokujo Monogatari franchise – now known as Story of Seasons in the West – returns with its biggest adventure yet in Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns. Settled on a homestead in the middle of three distinct and uniquely themed locales, players can explore a diverse landscape as they search for new ways to grow their farms and friendships. Extensive customization and gameplay options are on offer in Trio of Towns, with each village offering its own variety of regional crops, lads and ladies to romance, animals, festivals, furniture, decorations and more. More ways to play sprout up as players connect to one another locally or via the internet to chat, trade, and enhance items on a mysterious multiplayer island.

Watch the trailer below.

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