Marvelous Europe Limited has announced that Rune Factory 4 Special, the High Definition remastered Nintendo Switch game of the critically acclaimed RPG simulation title that was previously released onto the Nintendo 3DS, is now available digitally and physically within Europe and Australia.

As previously announced Rune Factory 4 Special will feature both English and Japanese audio languages as well as text localisation in English, French and German. In addition to the release the “Another Episode” DLC, which contains 12 new storybook-style episodes narrated by the game’s marriage candidates, is now available to download from the Nintendo eShop for FREE for four weeks. Once this promotional period has ended the “Another Episode” DLC will then be made available to purchase from the Nintendo eShop for £4.49 /€4,99 / $7.50 AUD.

Those looking to commemorate the release of the title can also purchase the definitive version of the critically acclaimed title, known as Rune Factory 4 Special – Archival Edition, from the Marvelous Games store. This edition will contain a variety of memorable content, including an art book commemorating the work on the entire Rune Factory series, as well as a soundtrack CD consisting of 36 tracks.

Rune Factory 4 Special Archival Edition Contents:

A physical copy of the game for Nintendo Switch
160-page A5 sized art book featuring the works of Minako Iwasaki with an original cover illustration.
Official soundtrack CD consisting of 33 tracks from the original release, plus 3 new tracks
‘Swimsuit Day’ DLC that adds an option to have characters appear in their swimsuits
Premium custom box with an original illustration by Minako Iwasaki
Published in Europe and Australia by Marvelous Europe Limited, Rune Factory 4 Special

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