Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi Details its Systems and Shows New Screenshots

Take a look at the basic systems and new screenshots of Koei Tecmo's complex strategy game Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi for PS4 and PC.

on May 9, 2018 10:05 AM

Today Koei Tecmo released a new batch of screenshots and trailers of the upcoming strategy game Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi. 

We also hear about the new feature named “Resolve System” which pushes each officer to act in a specific way. For instance, Takeda Shingen is driven by the “Law of Kai” which is based on the idea that everyone should always be treated equally. Achieving an officer’s resolve will unlock bonuses like increased gold or damage in battle.

The council system has been improved to allow each attending officer to approve new policies, which is also influenced by the resolve system.

Battles are split in two alternating phases. The planning phase pauses the game so that players can make their choices and plan their strategies, while the execution phase unfolds in real time. There are various strategies that can be used, but they have different advantages and drawbacks. For instance “the Woodpecker” deals heavy damage but takes five whole turns for its effect to materialize.

The Civic Development Systems let players develop their domains by using facilities, farming, irrigation, and more while exploiting trade routes can improve production rates and resources.

You can check out all the screenshots below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the announcement trailer.

The game releases on June 5th in North America and on June 8th in Europe for PS4 and PC (via Steam).

 

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