E3 2021: First English Trailer for Rune Factory 5 Revealed

Trailer debuted as part of the Future Games Show


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A new trailer for the upcoming Rune Factory 5 was released by XSEED Games today as part of the E3 2021 Future Games Show.

The latest in the Rune Factory series, Rune Factory 5 will have players filling the shoes of a hero who, after losing their memory, finds themselves landing in a small town blessed by nature and beginning a new life as a peacekeeping ranger. In addition to their normal duties, players will be able to farm the land, go fishing, fight monsters, and more. For additional information, you can check out the trailer below.



Rune Factory 5 is slated to release in early 2022 for the Nintendo Switch. Will you be embarking on this new Rune Factory journey when it releases? Let us know in the comments below!

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