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Valkyria Chronicles 4 New Trailer Welcomes The Imperial Side

Valkyria Chronicles 4 releases shortly, and in the latest trailer we get to see our enemies from the Imperial side, what can we expect from next months game?

Valkyria Chronicles 4 was announced back in November, and surprisingly, for the Nintendo Switch as well. Bringing back the series trademark combat the last title ditches, fans were almost audibly happy about it.

In the new trailer above we get to see the Imperial side, the new Valkyria Clymaria Lewin, the strategist Forse, the scientist Berger and his bodyguards Nikola Gref and Kiara Rodino, and the easygoing but respectable commander Klaus Voltz. Valkyria Chronicles 4 is promising to be a proper sequel, and one better than the last. Valkyria Chronicles 4 is set to release in Japan next month on PS4, with Switch and Xbox One versions to follow later. North America and Europe will have to wait until later this year. Stay tuned for that official announcement.

We must say, the game looks quite good, and if you follow the franchise then you should be happy about this new one for obvious reasons.  A curious thing of note though, is that Sega had a small poll over on their Twitter that’s gotten over 11,000 votes that gives them, and us, an idea of what system fans are most looking forward to playing on, and the results may surprise you.

Interesting numbers right? But considering how the Nintendo Switch been selling is not so surprising. Still, it’s early to say what this may mean for Valkyria Chronicles and where it may be played the most. I must say, I can’t wait for the game to be released, and hopefully, all of you who are into JRPG games will enjoy it as well.

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By | 2018-02-24T18:09:05+00:00 February 24th, 2018|feed, News|0 Comments

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