Samurai Warriors 4: Empires Lets You Swap Historical Characters With Custom Ones

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With Samurai Warriors 4: Empires, players get to go through a strategic affair where their decisions influence history. In this installment, people will be able to participate in a character substitution program, where their original characters can replace existing historical ones, taking their place in the story, and also offers advanced castle customization options.

When people make a custom Samurai Warrior 4: Empires character, he or she can replace an actual character in the movies and cutscenes, completely taking over the other character’s role. People can choose how these custom characters look, determine their attributes relating to leadership skills, wisdom, and politics. Kanji, family crests, moves, and portraits can be customized, with people even able to upload their own images to use.

Castles are more customizable than ever as well. You can completely decorate it to a person’s specifications, adding banners that have bonuses that make you more famous or help you earn more money. You determine the wallpapers. Also, you can appoint magistrates when customizing your castle. You can also go over facilities in a territory, using their Gunsmiths, Horse Farms, Hot Springs, Mines, Ninja Villages,and Trading Posts to increase your wealth and standing.

Samurai Warriors 4: Empires will be released on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita on March 11 in Europe and March 15 in North America.

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