Valkyria Chronicles 4 for Nintendo Switch Gets First Trailer Showing Gameplay and Cutscenes

Sega released the first gameplay trailer of Valkyria Chronicles 4 for Nintendo Switch, providing an extended look at the born for the hybrid console.

on June 21, 2018 1:29 AM

Today Sega released a brand new trailer of Senjou no Valkyria 4: Eastern Front or Valkyria Chronicles 4 as it’s known in the west. This time around it’s all about the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

We get to take a good look at both gameplay and cutscenes, which look quite good if the trailer is any indication.

The game will launch on Nintendo Switch at the same time as the other platforms (PS4, PC, and Xbox One) in the west, which would be on September 25th. In Japan, the PS4 version has already been released, while the Switch version will come on September 27th. in Japan, Switch fans will also get a port of the original Valkyria Chronicles on the same day, by this has not been announced for the west just yet.

You can check out the trailer below. We already know that a demo will be distributed some time down the line. You can also read our hands-on preview from E3.

The game will be available in a standard edition for $59.99, while the Memoirs of Battle edition will cost $99.99.

You can already pre-order Valkyria Chronicles 4 including its rich collector’s edition from Amazon.


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