First Sengoku Hime 5 PS4 and PS3 Screenshots Released; PS4 Version Will be 1080p – Coming in March 2015

on November 17, 2014 6:49 AM

SystemSoft Alpha announced today that the PS4 and PS3 versions of Sengoku Hime 5 will be released in Japan in March 2015. The game has already been released for PC and will be released for PS Vita on December 11th.

The PS4 and PS3 versions will feature a seamless map, over 200 beautiful illustrations for special events and new gameplay features. The PS4 version will feature 1080p resolution, while the PS3 version will be 720p.

The Sengoku Hime series is a quite well known strategy simulation franchise in Japan, featuring mostly female (and often rather sexy) versions of the famous warlords of the Sengoku Era, as they battle for the conquest of Japan.

In addition to those included in the PC version, the console versions will have new characters and routes. Sessai Choro (Imagawa Route) will be added to the PS3, Kanbei Kuroda (Kanbei Route) Will be added to PS3 and PS4, and Sanada Yukimura (Sanada Route) will be included in the PS3 and PS Vita Versions.

Both the PS4 and PS3 versions will be priced 9,000 yen for the Deluxe Limited edition, 7,500 yen for the standard edition and 7,000 yen for the digital download. A western release hasn’t been announced for the moment.

Below you can see a gallery of screenshots (featuring special events) of the PS4 version, one of the PS3 version, and artwork featuring the characters of the game. And yeah, if you were wondering, Oda Nobunaga is the one with the biggest front bumper, obviously.

PS4 Version

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PS3 Version

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Key Art

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