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Dynasty Warriors 9 Game's English-Subtitled Feature Trailer Streamed

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Game ships in Japan, N. America, Europe in February

Koei Tecmo America and Europe began streaming a feature highlight trailer for the Dynasty Warriors 9 (Shin Sangoku Musou 8) game on Tuesday. The video is an English-subtitled version of a Japanese promotional video that debuted last month. The video previews the game's new open world gameplay and features the "King Of The Street" theme song performed by B'z.

The game will ship for PlayStation 4 in Japan on February 8, 2018 KOEI Tecmo Games will offer the game in a standard package or download edition for 7,800 yen (about US$69), a treasure box edition for 14,800 yen (US$130), and an "Ikkitōsen Box" edition for 33,800 yen (US$297). A digital deluxe edition retails for 10,000 yen (US$95) and comes with a season pass and three DLC weapons.

The treasure box edition comes with a set of five character clear cards with a photo frame, a character designs collection book, an original soundtrack, and the game. The "Ikkitōsen Box" comes with the same extras, plus a set of five die-cast weapons, one for each of the five main characters.

The game will ship for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in the West on February 13, 2018. The physical and digital release will include a bundle of bonus content with costumes for seven characters.

Koei Tecmo America describes the game:

In Dynasty Warriors 9, players will explore China as it existed when feudal warlords vied for dominance over the land – the waning days of the Han dynasty and emergence of the Three Kingdoms era. Setting out to complete various objectives, players will utilize an unprecedented world map to navigate and traverse a variety of different landscapes ranging from vast plains to snow-covered peaks presented with dynamic day/night and weather cycles. Exploring these impressive environments is made more engaging through the ability to adapt to surroundings to gain an upper hand in battle, with players able to use equipment to circumvent obstacles or blend in to avoid conflict.

The open-world game will have Critical Missions and Regular Missions. The game will also feature new attacks, new characters, and other "innovations." New actions include shooting enemies from a distance and using grappling hooks to enter enemy castles.

[Via Gematsu]


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