Rear Sekai New Name Is Elrentaros Wanderings
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Rear Sekai New Name Is Elrentaros Wanderings

Bushiroad and Red Art Games announced Hakama’s Rear Sekai is getting an English release for the Switch and PC via Steam and, when it does, its new name will be Elrentaros Wanderings. The Steam English patch and Switch release will happen worldwide on August 16, 2024. 

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For those unfamiliar, Rear Sekai is from Yoshifumi Hashimoto, who worked on games like Rune Factory, and the new Elrentaros Wanderings title pulls its name from the game’s world of Elrentaros. After chosing an avatar, you realize that the world you think you inhabit may not be the “real” world. You end up in a different universe. You’ll then need to travel between the two, going through dungeons and making friends with people, to save the world. 

Here’s the latest trailer, which goes over the title and shows the special editions that will be released for the Nintendo Switch.

The base game will be $39.99/€39.99. The Deluxe Edition, which consists of 500 copies total, will be €49.99. That includes the game, an acrylic stand, an art book, a keychain, and stickers. The €69.99 Collector’s Edition, of which there will be 1,000, includes a steel case for the game, a two-sided poster, stickers, the keychain, and three pins. 

Elrentaros Wanderings is coming to the Nintendo Switch and PC on August 16, 2024, and Rear Sekai is already available on the Switch in Japan.

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