Sakura Wars will finally return to North America and Europe in a couple of months. The series reboot will be hitting PS4 at the towards the end of April.
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Sega held its latest livestream for Project Sakura Wars and also released a new trailer focusing on Tite Kubo’s character designs. Details revealed in the presentation include a new character, a card game, and a battle simulator.
Sega has provided more details about Project Sakura Wars and the in-game competition hosted by the World Combat Revue Federation. There is also a new character music video focusing on Claris.
Project Sakura Wars will be getting a demo in Japan later this month. Sega also released some new details and images from the game, as well as another character-focused music video.
Anastasia Palma is the latest character in Project Sakura Wars to receive her own character image song. The revival of the series is set to launch in Japan this December.
Sega provided some more information on Project Sakura Wars, alongside a couple more character image songs. Azami and Lancelot are the ones get a bit of time in the spotlight.
Sega released another video for Project Sakura Wars ahead of the game’s Japanese release this December. Hatsuho Shinonome gets the focus in her character image song.
Sega released a couple more videos for Project Sakura Wars at TGS. In addition to the game’s animated opening, there’s an image song for heroine Sakura Amamiya.
Project Sakura Wars was present at TGS, with Sega introducing a trio of new characters. The company also revealed that the upcoming game will be getting an animated adaptation in Japan.
Sega recently held another Japanese livestream for Project Sakura Wars. The presentation introduced Arthur and Lancelot from the London Combat Revue, as well as mascot character Gekizou-kun.
Sega has followed up its recent livestream with some new screenshots for Project Sakura Wars. The images show the Shanghai Combat Revue and the game’s new action combat system.
During its livestream today, Sega announced a Japanese release date for Project Sakura Wars. There were also some other reveals, including that the game’s combat will be significantly different to that of the rest of the series.
Sega held its first Japanese livestream for Project Sakura Wars. Included in the reveals were a number of new characters and the return of the LIPS.
Famitsu recently interviewed the senior staff for the upcoming revival of the Sakura Wars series. The interview offers some extra tidbits about the game ahead of its planned launch later this year in Japan.
Sega has provided more details on the setting for the recently announced revival of the Sakura Wars series. Fans of the series will also be happy to learn that its LIPS and trust systems return.
After announcing that it was working on a new Sakura Wars title last year, Sega has officially unveiled the series’ revival. The new game doesn’t have a title yet, but is planned for release in Japan this year, before coming west in 2020.