Valkyria Chronicles 4 Shines in 17 Minutes of PS4 Gameplay

Watch a nice batch of gameplay of Valkyria Chronicles 4 showcasing one of the first missions of the game, as Squad E storms an Imperial fort.

on February 24, 2018 12:16 PM

Following a preview event dedicated to Valkyria Chronicles 4 hosted today in Tokyo by Sega, IGN Japan posted a video with plenty of gameplay.

The video showcases a mission to assault an Imperial fortress close to the beginning of the game. It’s the same that was mentioned in the latest story reveal, as Riley joins Squad E. Of course, we see lots of grenadier action.

The new CANVAS rendering engine certainly looks lovely, and it appears to be slightly more colorful than what I remember from the original Valkyria Chronicles. I definitely like it.

This mission probably also appears in the demo that will launch on Monday on the Japanese PlayStation Store, since the first two chapters are included.

You can check out the full video below. If you want to see more, you can enjoy a few images and footage from the event, the latest trailer showcasing some of the characters belonging to the Atlantic Federationa few assets showcasing the Centurionmore videos revealing Viola and Connormore art and a clip introducing Viktoria, more screenshots and interesting info on the settinga trailer showcasing the Imperial castanother trailer, some videos and art featuring Kai and Raz, more videos revealing Zaiga and Ferie, similar  videos and art about Rileyabother reveal about Claudethe latest batch of screenshots focusing on the Snow Cruiser Centurion and her crew, an earlier trailersome more screenshots from a couple of weeks ago, two recent gameplay videos from Taipei Game Showthe first gameplay footage, a recent trailer showcasing the crossover DLC with the first gameanother showing a wide range of gameplay featuresthe previous batch of screenshots and informationthe first trailer, more screenshotsmore artwork and info, and the first gallery of images.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 will release both in North America and Europe for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One in 2018. It will hit the shelves in Japan for PS4 on March 21st, 2018 and for Nintendo Switch later in the summer.

 /  Executive News Editor
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