Senran Kagura: Estival Versus for PS4/Vita Gets a Boobtastic Trailer as it Releases in North America

on March 15, 2016 2:11 PM

Today Xseed Games has finally released Senran Kagura: Estival Versus in North America, and they released a launch trailer for the occasion.

On top of that, we learn about the game’s DLC plans straight from the publisher’s press release.

“XSEED Games has revealed that today it will provide players with a free update to the game including additional multiplayer game modes and combat features (such as Puppet Walkers, the first rideable mech in the series), playable characters Rin and Daidoji, and various tweaks and balances to ensure fair play across the board. In the weeks following today’s launch, a variety of free and paid DLC options will become available for fans, including additional costumes, new playable characters (such as Ayane from the DEAD OR ALIVE series), new missions, and much more. All DLC options from the game’s Japanese release will eventually make their way to the North American release of SENRAN KAGURA ESTIVAL VERSUS, excepting for the Japanese-exclusive playable characters from the Ikki Tousen series.”

Producer Kenichiro Takaki also accompanied the press release with a statement:

“I’m eagerly awaiting Western fans’ reactions to experiencing SENRAN KAGURA on PlayStation 4 for the first time. I’m really impressed by the way in which the console enhances my beloved series—both SENRAN KAGURA fans and interested newcomers alike are in for a treat. That said, I feel that ESTIVAL VERSUS’ PlayStation Vita release is hands-down the series’ greatest handheld experience yet.”

You can check out the trailer below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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