Launched in 2016, Stardew Valley To this day it remains a success and has managed to prove that there is a huge space for more contemplative games focusing on nature and relationships. Developed by stillalive studios, Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator want to follow a similar pathadopting a first-person view to offer a new degree of immersion.

The multiplatform title promises to offer players a series of gardening techniques inspired by the real world, but adapted to bring maximum fun. Your goal will be to bring new life to a community garden abandoned by time, which will involve a lot of manual work and patience.

According to the creators of Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator, the title will also allow interaction with different neighbors. By fulfilling the requests made by them, you will be able to unlock access to new tools, seeds, decoration items and areas that will further expand your garden.

Garden Life promises to give great space to creativity

The developers at stillalive studios promise to differentiate their new game by focusing on a more realistic simulation system. Thanks to him, each plant will grow at an independent rate from the others, forcing the player to pay attention to all of them. Furthermore, some will adapt to the environments around them, clinging to nearby objects as they develop.

Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator promises a relaxing and immersive experienceSource: Disclosure/Nacon

Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator it also promises great freedom in assembling the gardens, as there will be no railings limiting the positioning of objects. All planted flowers can be sold at a stall in the central square, and there will be the option to donate them to help with the construction of decorative pavilions.

In addition to featuring a Story Mode, the game will also feature a Creative Mode, in which all tools and seeds will be immediately available. The game is scheduled for release on February 22ndwith versions confirmed for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

It is already on pre-sale at the Microsoft store for R$147.45, a price that rises to R$199.50 for the Sony console. On Steam, the nature-focused experience does not yet have an official value, but it is now possible to add it to your wish list.


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