On the physical side, there’s an art book and limited soundtrack CD, featuring 15 songs from the game.
Digitally, you gain access to a selection of costumes for your character, all of which based on the bachelors and bachelorettes from Rune Factory 4.
Footage of the costumes in-game can be seen during the accompanying trailer, which also includes a tracklist for the soundtrack CD (in Japanese of course).
Rune Factory 5 launches in Japan on May 20. An English release for Rune Factory 5 has already been confirmed but, as of September’s Nintendo Direct Mini, there’s still only a vague 2021 release window.
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