Valkyria Revolution Gets Even More DLC Missions in Japan; Screenshots Released

Sega releases even more DLC mission for its recently-released JRPG Valkyria Revolution.

on February 9, 2017 1:27 AM

Sega released today a brand new batch of four DLC missions for Valkyria Revolution in Japan.

The missions are fully voiced, and cost between 100 and 200 yen each, giving more insight on some of the characters of the game, including Miranda, princess’ Ophelia’s childhood friend and assistant.

Each mission can be accessed through Bernard’s notebook after clearing a required chapter of the main story.

This is the second batch of DLC missions released since the game was launched in Japan on January 19th. You can read about the first here.

At the moment the game is availabnle only in Japan, so we don’t have any information on how the DLC missions will be distributed for the western release, which will come for PS4, PS Vita and Xbox One in the Spring.

If you want to read more about Valkyria Revolution, you can find quite a lot of details about it in my previous articles about  story and characters,  the LeGION Battle System, the Vanargand Anti-Valkyria unit, and the mecha fighting for the Ruzhien Empire.

 /  Executive News Editor
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