Rune Factory 4 Will Be Getting a Reprint

Friday, February 7th, 2014

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Rune Factory 4 - XSEED Games | oprainfall

So if you’re one of those unlucky few who cannot find a copy of Rune Factory 4 and noticed you couldn’t even order a copy from Amazon sometime after its release in early October 2013, you’re in luck! XSEED Games recently posted a response on their Facebook page after many inquiries about a possible reprint of the title:

We’ve received quite a few inquiries asking about Rune Factory 4 since it’s been difficult to find in stores in North America. Don’t worry! It’s just been selling well beyond our expectations, so we’re working as quickly as possible to restock physical copies. We encourage you to periodically check back with retailers since they should be getting more in stock soon. Thanks for making Rune Factory 4 a major success, guys!

With the game selling well above their expectations, they will indeed try to move as quickly as they can to restock the game online and at retail stores.

If you’re new to the series and are still on the fence about the game, check out our review to see if it’s the game for you.

Rune Factory 4 is available for purchase again on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca:

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