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Warriors Orochi 4 Gets Details And Screenshots Showing A Glimpse Of Its New Powerful Action

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    Koei Tecmo officially announced Warriors Orochi 4 worldwide, revealing that the west will get the game on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC in 2018. Here are new screenshots and story details from the official website.

     

    The world is merged once again.

    The re-assembled heroes are faced with yet another new battle.

    The key to solving this mysterious situation and returning the world back to normal are eight “bracelets” that possess great power. In search of these bracelets, the heroes clash against one another with their individual convictions.

    Before long it becomes apparent that Zeus, the king of the gods of Mount Olympus, is behind this. What is his aim in rebuilding this parallel world in which the heroes battled against Orochi? In order to solve this mystery, the heroes decide to battle against the gods.

     

    Choose from 170 characters

    Heroes gather from the “Samurai Warriors” and “Dynasty Warriors” universes

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    Additionally, the official Japanese website has some more gameplay screenshots:

     

    Musou Action

    Enjoy a brand new exhilirating Musou action

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    The familiar Musou series action that throws you into 1-vs.-1,000 battles will be well and alive in Warriors Orochi 4, where you’ll get to take down hordes of enemies with one strike.

     

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    “Sacred Treasures” empowered by a miraculous power enable characters to evoke Magic attacks!

    By equipping a Sacred Treasure, the user can use flashy moves called Divine Arts. This will bring a new taste of action that we’ve yet to see from the Musou series.

     

    Warriors Orochi 4 releases in North America and Europe in 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The game releases in Japan on PS4, Switch, and PC. You can check out plenty more details from this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine in our previous report.

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

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