Hokko Life Leaves Early Access In September


Publisher Team17 has announced that Hokko Life will be leaving early access and launching for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam on September 27th.

PC players have still the chance to try out the game during its early access period, which is still ongoing. “We’re so, so excited to announce Hokko Life will not only be leaving Steam Early Access but will also arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on September 27th! Thank you for all of your support and feedback, as we continue to work towards launching out of Early Access and console release!” publisher Team17 announced in a post shared on its official website.


It is fair to say that both publisher Team17 and developer Wonderscope have been keeping their simulation game up to date throughout its early access period. There were numerous updates added to Hokko Life, bringing new cosmetics, villagers, farming areas, and locations to the game. It has already expanded its content quite a bit before it entirely launches.

Developed by Wonderscope Games, Hokko Life is a life simulation adventure game featuring role-playing elements that can change the gameplay. Players will build up a new village named Hokko where everyone can live in peace. The game takes players into a colorful world in which they can design every aspect of the town, including wallpapers, furniture, flooring, and clothing.

According to the developer team, there will be plenty of abandoned mines and forests that players can dig for resources. After collecting enough resources, players can return to their village and craft new buildings, decorations, and materials. Additionally, they can interact with the NPCs and consult them about their plans for the village in their free time.

Players can now buy Hokko Life on Steam for $19.99. Cloud saving and partial controller support will be available for the game. Players can also find the official PC system requirements on its Steam page. Hokko Life will release for Xbox One, Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC on the 27th of September.



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