PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers Announced for Western Release

on November 17, 2016 9:16 AM

Today Koei Tecmo announced that the strategy RPG Dinasty Warriors: Eiketsuden will get a western release for PS4 and PS Vita with the title Dynasty Warriors: Goodseekers.

The game will launch in North America on January 31st, and in Europe on February 1st, 2017, and will hit the PSN as a digital-only release.

Below you can read an official intro:

“Featuring a wide selection of beloved characters from the Dynasty Warriors universe, Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers will add two new characters to the series’ ever-growing roster: Lixia, a girl with magical powers that was sealed in an icy shrine for centuries, and Lei Bin, Zhao Yun’s childhood friend and avid lore master!

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers unfolds during the chaotic end days of the Han dynasty, when ancient China was overwhelmed by uprisings and internal strife within its imperial court. The story follows renowned warrior Zhao Yun and his close friend Lei Bin, who unwittingly liberate a young girl, Lixia, from a mystical prison. The two friends and the mysterious Lixia then find themselves entangled in a pivotal struggle for the salvation of the world, wherein they must navigate the maelstrom that is Three Kingdoms era China, meet countless great warriors and take part in historic battles. In their efforts to unravel the mystery behind Lixia’s imprisonment, Zhao Yun and Lei Bin uncover a hidden, terrible fate, forcing them to make difficult decisions in a battle that will echo throughout history.”

Alongside the announcement, Koei Tecmo also released three gameplay trailers, that you can enjoy below.



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