Pre-Order Samurai Warriors 4-II To Alter Heroes’ Appearances

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Koei Tecmo is attempting to entice potential Samurai Warriors 4-II customers with appealing attire. Pre-orders for the game will net purchasers DLC packs that will make additional costumes available for certain characters in the game.


The PC version of Samurai Warriors 4-II has more incentives. If people purchase it through Steam,  they will get the Old Costumes Set and Horse Set. The costume pack includes 18 additional looks for characters like Nobunaga, Oichi, Yukimura and Okuni. The horse set adds four extra horses to the game, with armor included. Both will be sold separately after launch, with the mount pack costing $2.99 and the outfits being $6.99.


Pre-orders for Samurai Warriors 4-II on the PlayStation 4 version gives a different incentive. If bought through Amazon, Best Buy, or GameStop, people will get four costumes for Koshosho, Lady Hayakawa, Naotora Li, and No-Hime. Koei Tecmo has not stated if the following outfits will be sold separately after the game launches.


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The PlayStation Store will also have an exclusive costume for PlayStation 4 pre-orders of Samurai Warriors 4-II. People who buy it digitally will be the only ones to get a Naotora Ii dress. An image of this outfit was not shared.


Samurai Warriors 4-II will come to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC on September 29.

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