Valkyria Chronicles 4 Gets New Video and Art Showing DLC 4, Selvaria’s Return, and New Bikinis

Valkyria Chronicles 4's fourth DLC will bring back fan-favorite character Selvaria Bles and unlock bikinis for several female antagonists.

on April 8, 2018 11:47 AM

Sega is continuing to trickle down assets about the DLC being released in Japan for Senjou no Valkyria: Eastern Front, also known as Valkyria Chronicles 4, on the official Twitter account “Nikola and Kiara’s Infiltration Diary.”

This time around, we get to see footage of the fourth DLC package that will hit the Japanese PlayStation Store on April 19th and will cost 1,500 yen. It’s titled “Opposing Valkyria” and marks the return of everyone’s favorite antagonist Selvaria Bles, as she meets the new valkyria Crymaria Lewin.

On top of that, we also get to see some screenshots from the official site and artwork by the game’s prolific character designer Raita Honjou. This time around it’s all about the four bikini costumes that will be released with the fourth DLC, for Selvaria herself, Crymaria, Nikola, and Chiara.

If you want to see more about the game, you can also enjoy our unboxing video of the Japanese 10th-Anniversary memorial edition, and a look at the first, secondand third DLC.

Besides the PS4 version released a few days ago, Japan will also get a Switch version in the summer. The western release will happen in the fall for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. You can already pre-order it on Amazon for all platforms.

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