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Rune Factory 5 Bachelors and Bachelorettes’ English Videos Shared

Rune Factory 5 Bachelors and Bachelorettes English Romance Videos Shared

Love is in the air in Rune Factory 5, as it is with all entries, and a pair of new videos showcase some the and bachelors and bachelorettes. The two trailers each focus on certain characters. One only looks at the six bachelors from the game. The other involves the six bachelorettes. Each Rune Factory 5 romance video is quite brief, but offers a chance to hear the English voice acting and see the localization.

First, here’s a look at the budding romance between Rune Factory 5 bachelors and player characters. In order, it looks at Martin, Cecil, Murakumo, Ryker, Reinhard, and Lucas. Martin is a blacksmith. Cecil works as an amateur detective. Murakumo runs the inn and bathhouse. Ryker seems to only be a carpenter. Reinhard is a knight for the kingdom. Lucas is a mysterious figure.

As for the Rune Factory 5 video looking at bachelorettes, it introduces Priscilla, Lucy, Fuuka, Scarlett, Beatrice, and Ludmilla. Both Priscilla and Lucy are young women who live in the village. Fuuka is a waitress at the local restaurant. Scarlett, like the player, works for SEED. Beatrice is a noble lady visiting the area. Ludmilla is a succubus who lives in town.

As a reminder, Rune Factory 5 features same-sex marriage. The option was even patched into the Japanese version of the game after launch.

Rune Factory 5 will come to the Nintendo Switch on March 22, 2022 in North America and March 25, 2022 in Europe. Digital pre-orders will be accompanied by extra DLC. The game is already available in Japan.

Jenni Lada
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