Rear Sekai Releasing in the West as Elrentaros Wanderings

Red Art Games announced that it will be releasing Hakama’s Rear Sekai in the West as Elrentaros Wanderings. Initially released on Nintendo Switch in Japan in 2023, the title will launch digitally in North America and Europe on August 16, 2024, on the same platform. It will cost €39.99/$39.99 with a 20% discount one week prior to its launch and during its release week. Meanwhile, Japanese publisher Bushiroad Games and Red Art Games revealed the game will be released in Japanese and English on PC via Steam on August 22, 2024.

Elrentaros Wanderings will also receive a physical release on October 11, 2024. In addition to its €49.99 standard edition, this physical release will come in Deluxe Edition and Collector’s Edition. The Deluxe Edition is also priced at €49.99, with 500 copies available, and includes a copy of the game, an exclusive sleeve inspired by the game’s Japanese cover, a 30-page artbook, a sticker sheet, a keychain, and an acrylic stand. The Collector’s Edition, limited to 1,000 copies, will cost €69.99 and come with a copy of the game, a Steelcase, a pin set, a double-sided poster, a keychain, and a sticker sheet. All physical editions of the game can be pre-ordered on Red Art Games’ official website.

Elrentaros Wanderings lets players control a male or female protagonist, who visits the town of Elrentaros in the fantasy world of Melvania and sets off on an adventure to help the townsfolk. However, during the adventure, they find themselves awakening in a different modern world. Players will need to uncover the secrets behind the two worlds. Elrentaros Wanderings’s combat features combo attack and magic tools, with players able to adjust their build based on their equipment’s effects. The game will also feature interaction with the various characters, with players able to build relationships, including romantic ones.

 

 

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