Marvelous Games Announces Archival Edition for Rune Factory 4 Special

Platforms: Nintendo Switch
Marvelous Games Announces Archival Edition for Rune Factory 4 Special

Announced back in August 2019, Rune Factory 4 Special for Nintendo Switch is coming to Europe and Australia this coming Winter. Today, Marvelous Games have announced a limited “Archival Edition” of the game exclusive to the European Marvelous Games Store. According to Marvelous themselves, this special exclusive edition will be packaged in a “beautifully crafted collector’s box, featuring artwork from the game’s character designer, Minako Iwasaki.” But that’s not all!

The “Archival Edition” of Rune Factory 4 Special, aside from a physical copy of the game, will also contain a slew of exclusive collector’s goodies that will surely please die-hard fans of the game:

  • A 160-page artbook containing gorgeous art by Minako Iwasaki with an original cover illustration.
  • The official soundtrack of the game with 3 bonus tracks.
  • “Swimsuit Day” DLC which adds a swimsuit option for the characters.
  • A premium custom box decorated with Minako Iwasaki’s stunning art.

The standard edition of Rune Factory 4 Special will also be available for purchase physically via “select retailers in Europe and Australia” as well as digitally via the Nintendo Switch eShop. This special re-release of the game marks the return of the Story of Seasons spinoff series that brings together farming and dungeon crawling. While newcomers will get to enjoy the game for the first time in glorious HD graphics, veterans will be delighted by new features, including a Newlywed Mode, which allows for living the married life with the game’s eligible singles, and a Hell difficulty for those looking for an extra challenge.

Pre-orders for the “Archival Edition” of Rune Factory 4 Special will be available soon ahead of the game’s European and Australian debut later in the Winter of 2019. We will be keeping our ear to the ground for more info so stay tuned here on The Digital Fix.

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