Valkyria Chronicles 4 Gets New Trailer Providing Historical Context for the Game

WIth Valkyria Chronicles now available, having brought its charming cast and story to the western shelves, Sega provided some story context for those who missed the earlier games.

on September 28, 2018 1:13 PM

The Valkyria Chronicles series is set in an alternate-history/semi-fictional version of Europe named Europa, and Valkyria Chronicles 4 isn’t an exception.

Since many may have missed the earlier games, Sega released a very nice trailer arranged like a brief history lesson in which a historian named Douglas Welch talks about the events that led to the war which is the focus of the game.

Considering that the game is absolutely fantastic, with a great cast of characters and a really charming story from the start to the end, it’s good to get some context for those who haven’t played the first three chapters.

You can check it out below.If you want to read more about Valkyria Chronicles 4, you should check out a trailer featuring the Switch version, and another one showing the opening cutsceneDemos for the console versions have also been released a couple of weeks ago, but PC didn’t get one.

The game is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

You purchase Valkyria Chronicles 4 including its rich collector’s edition from Amazon.

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