New Valkyria Game Teases Even More Characters; Is that an Anti-Tank Lance?

Sega keeps gradually unveiling its new Valkyria project, and today they released two new silhouettes, one of which is wielding an interesting weapon.

on November 16, 2017 10:19 PM

One more day as passed, and Sega is continuing to gradually unveil its new Valkyria game thanks to a series of small reveals on an official teaser site.

Three days ago, we saw the silhouettes of the first two characters, followed by two more, and a third pair just yesterday. Today two more characters were added. One appears to be a smaller individual, probably female. The second is bulkier, apparently wearing a coat draped on his shoulders. Interestingly, the weapon he wields appears to be one of the iconic anti-tank lances from the series, which could give credence to the possibility of a return to the classic setting.

New Valkyria Game Teases Even More Characters; Is that an Anti-Tank Lance?

At the moment, we have very little information about the new game. We don’t have any insight on whether it’ll be part of the original Valkyria Chronicles series or just another spin-off like Valkyria Revolution (in which case, I expect to see riots). That being said, the developers in charge of the franchise did mention that there is a will to bring the old setting back.

While we don’t know the platforms in official capacity, there have been solid hints that the game might be planned for home consoles and PC.

The full reveal will happen on November 20th, so stay tuned here on DualShockers for more info.

 /  Executive News Editor
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