Rune Factory 4 Special gets Two Valentine’s Day Trailers

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oprainfall | Rune Factory 4 Special

XSEED Games has now launched a brand new couple of trailers for Rune Factory 4 Special to introduce players to the bachelors and bachelorettes (see them below). Alongside of this, they also released the first of multiple “Earthmates” parody profiles for the available marriage candidates. These profiles reveal each bachelor’s or bachelorette’s preferences so players will know what they do and don’t like. These profiles will be released daily on XSEED’s Twitter and Facebook pages according to the press release. The first one released today, and it is Vishnal:


Players of the previous 3DS version will be able to reminisce on Easter Eggs from that original version. Here is the bachelorettes trailer:


Earthmates profiles will continue to be released up until February 25th, the launch day of Rune Factory 4 Special on Nintendo Switch. The standard edition comes with a price tag of $39.99, while the Archival Edition is $59.99 and available on the XSEED Games Store and at select retailers. The game is rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB. Lastly, here is the bachelors trailer:

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