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Idea Factory International announced that their PS4 RPG Black Rose Valkyrie is headed Westward in Spring 2017 as Dark Rose Valkyrie. Here are some more details about the game.

 

Announcement Trailer

 

Introduction

1929 – It was the year of the outbreak. In masses, normal people were transforming into inhuman creatures called Chimeras. The cause: a mysterious virus brought to earth by a meteorite, known as the Black Garnet, which crashed there long ago.
The Chimera Virus in its beginning stages would wipe out 3% of the world’s entire population. In a state of national emergency, Japan became a closed nation in an attempt to stave off the pandemic. A covert military agency known as ACID was established to combat the remaining Chimeras in country.
Time passes. ACID establishes a special unit known as Special Force Valkyrie in order to eradicate the Chimera that threaten humanity to this day.

 

About Dark Rose Valkyrie

This spring 2017, defend humanity from the Chimera Virus as the new leader of Japan’s covert military agency (ACID) in Dark Rose Valkyrie! Featuring work from “Tales of” scenario writer Takumi Miyajima and “Tales of” character designer Kosuke Fujishima, this real-time combat, action-packed RPG will have you battling enemies that change in form and strength as darkness sets. But that’s not all, a traitor is in your midst! Use a visual-novel interview system to find them out and strengthen the Valkyrie Force and save the world!

 

Features

  • Take the fight into Overdrive! Characters can transform into their stronger split personalities mid-battle, but be strategic – too many transformations will lead to Fatigue!

 

  • Customize Combos! Customize attacks for each character, and do more damage with Riot Combos!

 

  • A Traitor Amongst You: Depending on your choices, one team member will betray you. Find the traitor in visual-novel style interrogation sequences, and change the game’s ending!

 

Screenshots

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Dark Rose Valkyrie releases in North America and Europe in Spring 2017. It’ll feature English and Japanese voiceover options with English subtitles.

Sato
Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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