Life Sim Grow: Song of the Evertree is Coming to PC and Consoles


Coming some time later this year, Grow: Song of the Evertree is a life-sim that challenges you to restore a dying world.

But instead of slaughtering some menacing entity, Grow: Song of the Evertree challenges you to restore the world without bloodshed. For some reason. That said, it seems there’s no time limit to fix everything, so you’ll be able to roam the land which, going by the game’s trailer, looks absolutely gorgeous.

Fishing, a compulsory feature of all life-sim games, is naturally included and you can poke around caves and also mess around with alchemy, something that’s 100% not going to go badly wrong. Developers Prideful Sloth were also responsible for Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, which we called “the perfect antidote to any stress of the daily grind” so we have high hopes for Grow.


You can wishlist it on Steam right now which will count towards Grow’s wishlist target; when it hits specific wishlist milestones, Prideful Sloth and their publishers 505 Games will, along with the Arbor Day Foundation, plant some new trees.

Grow: Song of the EvertreeĀ doesn’t have a solid release date yet, though it should be arriving in 2021. The final game will be released on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.