Warriors Orochi 4’s Theme Song Will be Performed by Athena’s Voice Actress

Koei Tecmo announced that the theme song of Warriors Orochi 4 will be performed by Suzuko Mimori, who will also lend her voice to Athena.

on July 12, 2018 5:06 PM

Today Koei Tecmo teased the theme song for its upcoming Musou game Warriors Orochi 4. 

The song will be “Kakumei no Masquerade Warriors Orochi Version” (Revolutionary Masquerade) and it will be performed by singer and voice actress Suzuko Mimori (portrayed below).

Mimori-san will also perform in the game as the voice of the new Olympian playable character Athena.

As you may have guessed by the title of the song, it’s not an original piece created for the game, but it’s an adapted version of a song that will be included in Mimori-san’s newest album Tone. releasing in Japan this month.

Suzuko Mimori is a well-known Tokyo-based voice actress that worked mostly in anime, including roles as Hisui E. Fiore in Fairy Tail, Umi Sonoda in Love Live!, Amelia Evans in Freezing, and Nanami Momozono in Kamisama Kiss. She has also done work on games including Rin in the Senran Kagura series and Hiyoko Saionji in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair.

Koei Tecmo promised to release a trailer featuring the theme song down the line, but they did not specify when.

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

The game can currently be pre-ordered on Amazon.

Warriors Orochi 4's Theme Song Will be Performed by Athena's Voice Actress


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