Warriors Orochi 4’s Platforms Announced for the West: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Koei Tecmo announced the platforms for the western release of Warriors Orochi 4, adding Xbox One to the ones for the Japanese launch.

on May 10, 2018 4:33 AM

Following the reveal for Japan, Koei Tecmo opened the North American and European official websites of its upcoming MusouĀ titleĀ Warriors Orochi 4.

With that comes the reveal of the platforms for the west, which will be PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Predictably, the publisher decided to add the Xbox One to the platforms for Japan.

We also get a blurb describing the story of the game:

“The re-assembled heroes are faced with yet another battle.

The key to solving this mysterious situation and returning the world back to normal are height “bracelets” that possess great power. In search of these bracelets, the heroes clash against one another with their individual convictions.

Before long, it becomes apparent that Zeus, the king of the gods of Mount Olympus, is behind this. What is his aim in rebuilding this parallel world in which heroes battled against Orochi? In order to solve this mystery, the heroes decide to battle against the gods.”

The game will come to the west this year, but we don’t know any release window. We heard yesterday that the development team is aiming for the fall in Japan.

If you want to see more about the game, you can check out the first direct-feed screenshots and the artwork for the first 164 characters (the game will have a whopping 170). You can also enjoy the first teaser trailer.

 /  Executive News Editor
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