Warriors Orochi 4 Reveals New Characters Ares and Odin with New Screenshots on Famitsu

Two new playable characters have been revealed for Warriors Orochi 4. Ares and Odin will bring their divine powers to bear within the massive cast.

on August 8, 2018 11:37 AM

Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a new spread on the upcoming Musou-style game Warriors Orochi 4, also revealing the last two new playable character.

The two characters are Ares, the Olympian god of war, and Odin, the father of the Norse gods of Asgard. Their powers and battle moves are as flashy as you would expect.

We also get to see the menu to upgrade weapons with parts that can be acquired by defeating enemies or disassembling other weapons. It’s also possible to unlock skills for characters by leveling up. You can even send one or more character to train in order to help them progress.

You can check out all the screenshots below, keeping in mind that they come from magazine scans, so their quality isn’t representative of what you’ll see on your screen.

If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the reveal of the previous character Perseus, two more recent trailers showing Zeus and Athena, and some more gameplay from Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong.

Warriors Orochi 4 will release for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on October 16th in North America and 19th in Europe. If you want to learn more, you can enjoy our preview and interview from E3 2018.

The game can currently be pre-ordered on Amazon.


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