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Earth Defense Force 5 (Windows)

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Earth Defense Force 5

Also known as: Chikyuu Bouei-gun 5 (JP), Dìqiú Fángwèi-jūn 5 (CN), Jigu Bangwi-gun (KR)
Developer: Sandlot
Publisher: D3 Publisher
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Windows
Released internationally: December 11, 2018 (PS4), July 11, 2019 (Windows)
Released in JP: December 7, 2017 (PS4)
Released in KR: December 11, 2018 (PS4)


MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Earth Defense Force 5 is the eighth game in the Earth Defense Force series of insect armageddon simulators, and is unrelated to Earth Defense Force on SNES. The game serves as a reboot of sorts, and as such Earth gets invaded by aliens for the first time...again.

Regional Differences

Setting the game language to Japanese, English, Korean, or Chinese will make changes to the game's logo on the title screen. The Chinese logo is identical to the Japanese version, while the Korean version localizes the kanji into hanja. The English logo keeps the original kanji, but shrinks it while enlarging and modifying the English title.

Japanese Chinese
EDF5 TitleScreen JPN.png EDF5 TitleScreen CHN.png
Korean English
EDF5 TitleScreen KOR.png EDF5 TitleScreen ENG.png


Changing the game language also has the effect of slightly changing the alphanumeric typeface.

Japanese Chinese
EDF5 SystemSettings JPN.png EDF5 SystemSettings CHN.png
Korean English
EDF5 SystemSettings KOR.png EDF5 SystemSettings ENG.png

Unused Music

Hmmm...
To do:
Upload relevant media files, find which folder specifically has EDF4.1's soundtrack

Within the game's sound and music files is Earth Defense Force 4.1's entire soundtrack. These music tracks are not used in-game in any way, and given that many sound files start with "TIKYUU4" ("地球4", or "Earth4"), it is highly likely they are leftovers from copying assets over from EDF4.1.

Oddly enough, some of the music files appear to be mislabeled, such as the Earth Eater track containing the Japanese version of Let's Go EDF!.