Valkyria Chronicles 4’s Special Edition for Japan Detailed with Pictures

Japan almost always gets the best special editions and Sega is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Valkyria series with one for Valkyria Chronicles 4.

on January 1, 2018 6:21 PM

Japan always gets some really cool special editions for games, and the upcoming strategy JRPG Valkyria Chronicles 4 is not going to be an exception.

Sega detailed the game’s “10th Anniversary Memorial Box” that will cost 12,990 yen (just north of $115) plus taxes. It will include several goodies into a special box.

The 10th Anniversary Illustration book is a 72-page B5-format booklet including art from all four games of the series. The cover features the new heroine Riley with the protagonist of the first game Alicia, drawn by Character Designer Raita Honjou.

The 10th Anniversary Soundtrack comes with a selection of 25 tracks. The first three games get six tracks each, while Valkyria Chronicles 4 gets seven.

Last, but not least, we get a digital code for the “Joint Operation with Squad 7” DLC mission, which will be exclusive to the special edition in Japan. It will let you play with the main cast of the original game, and unlock them as guest squad members for the new one.

At the moment, we don’t know whether Atlus USA will release this limited edition in the west when it’ll come to North America and Europe.

You can check the images out below. If you want to see more about the game, you can check out the first gameplay, a brand new trailer showcasing a wide range of gameplay featuressome recent screenshots and informationthe first and rather awesome trailer, more screenshotsmore artwork and info, and the first gallery of images.

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

 /  Executive News Editor
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