Valkyria Revolution Gets New 1080p PS4 Screenshots Showing Sinners, Politicians, Intrigue and More

Sega showcases more screenshots of Valkyria revolution, and this time around, it's shady, dark stuff.

on January 14, 2017 3:58 PM

Valkyria Revolution, which will be titled in Japan Valkyria: Azure Revolution, is speeding towards its launch in the archipelago of the rising sun, and Sega is continuing to publish images of the PS4 version on Twitter.

This time around, they focus more on the “darker” aspects of the game, getting one more look at some of the “five grave sinners” (that will be renamed with a more generic “circle of five” in the west, for some reason), including Violet flirting with the hero Amleth, as she often does. I have a feeling that I’ll like her a lot, before she inevitably gets killed.

No, if you’re wondering, I don’t know, but she definitely feels like a character that gets killed before the end of the game.

On top of that, we get one more look at two of the four top generals of the Ruzhien Empire, and at the political elite of the Jutland kingdom, among which one (Suleyman, the dude with the glasses) is a conspirator who wants to drag the kingdom into war, while the another, at least if the demo is any indication, appears to be a traitor or a spy.

Looks like there is a lot of shady people in Valkyria Revolution, which could potentially create a really deep and enjoyable story.

Valkyria Revolution will be released in Japan on January 19th for PS4 and PS Vita, while a western release will come for PS4, PS Vita and Xbox One in the Spring. If you’re curious, you can also check out the differences between the PS4 and PS Vita versions in one of our recent articles.

On top of that, you can also enjoy more screenshots and get an in-depth overview of the story right here, more on the LeGION Battle System, and even more on the anti-valkyria unit Vanargand here.

Check out all the new screenshots below.

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