Warriors Orochi 4’s First Gameplay Will be Revealed on June 9th; Gets Collector’s Editions for Japan

You'll finally be able to see how Warriors Orochi 4 plays next month, while Japanese gamers will have access to two rich limited editions.

on May 25, 2018 2:30 PM

While the western arms of Koei Tecmo did not yet announce any Warriors Orochi 4 premium edition for North America or Europe, today the Japanese publisher announced two editions for the local market.

Japanese gamers will be able to pick between the “Premium Box” and the “Treasure Box.”

The Premium Box will cost 10,800 yen plus tax, and will include the Official Setting Book (A4, 64 pages in full color), the original soundtrack with two CDs (over 70 songs for over 140 minutes of music), and eight A4-size clear files.

The Treasure Box will be limited to Koei Tecmo’s own Gamecity store and Amazon Japan, and it’ll cost 15,800 yen plus tax.

It’ll come with all the items included in the Premium Box, plus an Omega Force 20th Anniversary Live CD (with 21 songs and 70 minutes of music), a set of desktop calendars showing all 170 characters, and a replica of the script with the autographs of about ten of the voice actors.

On top of that, there will be a dedicated livestream on June 9th which will reveal the first gameplay, a new trailer, and new characters. It’ll be at 9:00 PM Japan Time, and it’ll last one hour. You can find it embedded below.

If you want to see more about the game, you can check out a recent batch of screenshots and artwork of the first 164 characters.

Warriors Orochi 4 will launch for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in North America and Europe this year, while Japan will get only the PS4, and Switch versions.

 /  Executive News Editor
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