Dynasty Warriors 9 Gets New 1080p Screenshots Showcasing the Teahouse

Dynasty Warriors 9 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC will let you hang out at the teahouse and buy food providing a variety of temporary buffs.

on December 28, 2017 9:40 PM

Koei Tecmo is continuing its string of reveals of its upcoming open-world Musou game Shin Sangokumusou 8, that will be titled Dynasty Warriors 9 in the west.

This time around, we learn about the Teahouse, where we can purchase food offering temporary benefits like increased experience gain, improved attack, buffed speed or jump ability. We can also confirm the ingredients required for cooking any given recipe.

Interestingly, in the screenshots below you can see the jumping buff in action. without it, the character’s jump ability is limited, but with the buff, she can almost reach the second floor.

The teahouse also has another useful feature. You can use it to hang out, accelerating the passage of time. This will cause the recovery of a character’s physical strength.

You can check out the screenshots below.  If you want to see more, you can enjoy the latest character reveal and gameplay trailers from earlier today, an earlier group of gameplay trailers, a recent batch of screenshots focusing on furnishing hideoutsmore character videosthe latest extensive trailera few character trailers and new characters introduced a couple of weeks ago, another batch of character trailers from the day before, another release of artwork showcasing a few more characterseven more officers in the previous batch, and another another gallery of screenshots showing another group of characters and  the first look at the hideouts. You should also read recent interview with Producer Akihiro Suzuki.

Dynasty Warriors 9 will launch in Japan on February 8th, exclusively for PS4. The western release will come just a few days later, on February 13th. In the west, we’ll also get two additional platforms: Xbox One, and PC.

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