Sakura Kakumei New Trailer Revealed At TGS 2020, More News Coming October 9
TGS 2020: Sega published a new trailer for Sakura Kakumei, and it's an anime episode preview in typical Sakura Wars fashion
Sega published a new trailer for Sakura Kakumei Hanasaku Otome Tachi at TGS 2020. The trailer is narrated by protagonist Shino Sakura, mentioning how her mother used to be part of the Teikoku Kagekidan, and it was always her and her friends’ dream to go there too. Overall it teases plenty of story elements and show multiple new characters. The trailer also announced the very first Sakura Kakumei focused stream, titled the first “Aogashima Headquarters Transmission”.
The stream will happen on October 9, at 1200 JST (Click here for a time conversion table). We’ll be thoroughly covering it like every Sakura Taisen stream so far. It’s likely we’ll hear the release date of Sakura Kakumei on that stream as well.
Sakura Kakumei Hanasaku Otome Tachi TGS 2020 Trailer
— サクラ革命【公式】 (@sakura_kakumei) September 27, 2020
The Sakura Taisen segment at TGS 2020, besides revealing the Sakura Kakumei stream, also focused on Shin Sakura Taisen The Stage. Revealing the dates of the Stage Play:
Shin Sakura Taisen The Stage will run from November 19 to 23, with 9 shows in total. A new message from Yuna Sekine, who plays Sakura Amamiya, was published:
舞台「#新サクラ大戦 the Stage」
— サクラ大戦公式@SEGA (@Sakura_Taisen) September 27, 2020
Developed by DelightWorks and Sega, Sakura Kakumei Hanasaku Otome Tachi is scheduled to launch before 2020 ends on mobile in Japan.
Sakura Kakumei Hanasaku Otome Tachi was initially separately teased by Sega and DelightWorks, with two different code names, Nippon Dakkan and Project Black. “Both” were teased separately before being revealed as the same game. An 20 minutes long anime introduction for the game is also available, though it has no official English subs as Sakura Kakumei was only announced in Japan for now.. If you’re into Sakura Taisen, you can read many more details on Sakura Kakumei with our past coverage.
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