Koei Tecmo are working on a new expansion for Samurai Warriors 4, which will feature a new general and some more playable characters, and the Survival Mode from Samurai Warriors 2. This week’s issue of Famitsu magazine tells us what else is new in Samurai Warriors 4-II. [Thanks, Zaregoto.]
The “Musou Military Exercise” will have playable scenarios, where you’ll also get to partake in choreographed routines, to go with offline and online cooperative play as well.
The create-a-warrior mode is also in Samurai Warriors 4-II, and will have an additional image data upload feature to go with it. Weapons and horses will level up better depending on synthesis, so if you use the same attributes, they’ll become even stronger.
As far as skills go, they’re learned through books found in the battlefield. There’s a set of skills that will be available from an early stage in the game, and you’ll progress from there as you level up and acquire better, more powerful skills.
Samurai warriors 4-II will release in Japan on February 11, 2015 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.