Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town Releases Twilight Isle Expansion Pack

Give a Warm Welcome to Returning Marriage Candidates and Townfolk

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town is releasing its fifth and final wave of DLC in the form of the Twilight Isle Expansion Pack, which takes farmers to a new area where they can encounter familiar faces. Old fans of the series will be happy to hear that the Twilight Isle Expansion Pack is bringing back two marriage candidates and two townsfolk from the Nintendo 3DS title Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns.

This final DLC pack is available either as part of the Expansion Pass on the Nintendo eShop, or as part of the Expansion Pass Set in a bundle that also includes the base Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town game. Whether you’re just now trying the game or you’ve already been enjoying it, you can journey to the seaside locale of Twilight Isle.

The two returning marriage candidates are Ludus and Lisette, while the returning townsfolk are Tigre and Moriya. Ludus is considered a jack of all trades in his hometown of Lulukoko, where his varied skills and reliable personality have made him trusted by adults and children alike. Reportedly, he’s a good choice for farmers looking to start a new family.

Meanwhile, Lisette owns a flower shop, fitting her sunny personality, and is generally a naive and cheerful person. She doesn’t have much drama in her past, but she’ll appreciate it if you can sweep her off her feet.

Tigre and Moriya are not romanceable, but they still bring quite a bit of energy to this new expansion. Tigre is a young who has trouble fitting in at Lulukoko and wishes to be more reliable, while Moriya is the gruff and blunt owner of Tsuyukusa’s wholesale store. Both characters promise to be interesting if you get to know them.

This final wave of DLC is bringing a lot to Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town. If you were looking for a reason to get back into Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, this is it.

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town is now available on Nintendo Switch.

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