XSEED Games began streaming a new trailer for Marvelous’ Rune Factory 5 game on Wednesday. The video reveals that XSEED Games will release the game for PC via Steam on July 13.

The game launched on Nintendo Switch in North America on March 22 and in Europe on March 25. The game was previously slated for a release last year before a delay to early this year.

The game launched on Nintendo Switch in Japan in May 2021. A limited-edition Premium Box in Japan included an art book, arranged memorial soundtrack CD, and Heroine/Hero Candidate costume DLC.

XSEED Games and Marvelous describe the game:

Set off on a grand adventure in a fantasy world with the latest entry in the Rune Factory simulation RPG series. After losing their memory, the hero lands in a small town blessed by nature. There, they are recruited into a band of peacekeeping rangers, and their new life begins. In addition to their normal duties, the hero can farm the land, cast a line into the nearby river, and so much more! Team up with townsfolk to battle monsters and unleash powerful combination attacks—just one of the features new to the series. The stage is set, and the curtain rises on an exciting new adventure in Rune Factory 5!

XSEED Games and Marvelous first revealed during a Nintendo Direct presentation in February 2019 that Rune Factory 5 was in development. XSEED Games will publish the game in North America, and Marvelous Europe will release the game in Europe and Australia.

XSEED Games released Rune Factory 4 Special, a remastered Nintendo Switch version of Rune Factory 4, for Switch in North America in February 2020. Marvelous Europe also released it in Europe and Australia in February 2020. The game then launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and the Microsoft Store in North America on December 7. Marvelous released the game in Europe and Australia for the same systems on the same day. The game launched in Japan in July 2019. Developer Neverland released Rune Factory 4 for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan in July 2012, and XSEED Games released the game in North America in October 2013. Neverland filed for bankruptcy in 2013 and the release was canceled in Europe.

Source: Press release