Zen United Publishing Rune Factory 4 For Europe

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During an interview with JPGames.De,  studio director Geraint Evans of Zen United, publisher/localization company for the PAL region, announced that they will be publishing Rune Factory 4 for Europe:

“You are actually the first people I’m telling, that Rune Factory 4 will be brought over to Europe by us. We will be announcing it officially in the very near future.”

In case you didn’t know, Zen United also published Persona 4 Arena for the PAL region, which, unfortunately, was plagued with unforeseen delays. Though, it was finally released in the PAL region last May, and on the PlayStation Network in August.

It’s not yet completely official, as Evans states in the interview, since no official release date was given. With XSEED localizing Rune Factory 4 in the US, as announced earlier this year, it was only a matter of time before the PAL region wouldn’t be missing out.

Rune Factory 4 is a Nintendo 3DS-exclusive, hit with a delay not too long ago. XSEED stated that it will be slated for release in the Fall of this year. Hopefully, the PAL region release won’t be too far behind.

Rune Factory 4 and other games from the franchise are available on Amazon:

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