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Re-Write the History of the Three Kingdoms in Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires

Fight in Historic Battles like the Yellow Turban Rebellion!


BURLINGAME, Calif. – Dec. 2, 2021 – Today, KOEI TECMO America and developer Omega Force revealed the latest details on their upcoming tactical-action thriller, DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 Empires, including the first details on the ability to re-write history through scenarios. DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 Empires is currently in development and will release in North America on Feb. 15, 2022 for the Nintendo Switch™, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles, Windows PC via Steam®, PlayStation®4, and digitally on PlayStation®5*. The game will also be made available for the Google Stadia™ at a later date.

DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 Empires adds tactical and strategic war elements to the 1 vs. 1,000 action of KOEI TECMO's revered DYNASTY WARRIORS series, enabling gamers to take to the battlefield and find success with not only the sword but through a robust political system in their attempts to conquer Ancient China. The game features scenarios that transport gamers to different periods, enabling them to play through historic moments like the Yellow Turban Rebellion and the Battle of Chibi. But just because you're playing through historic periods, doesn't mean you need to follow history in order to be successful. Re-write your own history of the Three Kingdoms in ways you've never imagined, like unifying China with all officers from Wu still alive, or by assembling your favorite officers into one command, or even by sparking a rebellion to take control of the map!

Depending on play style, gamers will be rewarded with one of six titles based on reputation. After receiving your title, the affinity between you and the other officers will change, and there will even be special events to help showcase the truly good and truly evil among us. As event scenes play out, you will also be able to witness intense human drama. By deepening your relationships with your favorite officers, not only will you be able to marry them, but you can also have a child who has the ability to grow up and become an officer, enabling gamers to play through Conquest mode once again, only this time, playing as the new officer who they've already watched grow up inside their game.

In addition, KOEI TECMO America announced that DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 Empires will receive an upcoming demo before the game launches, in early 2022. In the demo, gamers will be able to experience the new evolved castle sieges, including both invasion battles and defense. Fans will also be able to try out the full version of the game's edit mode, enabling the complete creation and editing abilities of new officers in detail before release. The edit officer data can then be transferred from the demo version to the full game as long as you are playing the same platform on both the demo and final product.

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*By purchasing the digital or physical PlayStation®4 versions of DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 Empires, you can receive an upgrade to the digital PlayStation®5 version of DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 Empires at no additional cost.

ABOUT KOEI TECMO AMERICA CORP.

KOEI TECMO AMERICA CORP. is a publisher of interactive entertainment software for current generation consoles, handhelds and digital download content based in Burlingame, California. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of KOEI TECMO HOLDINGS CO., LTD., headquartered in Yokohama, Japan. KOEI is best known for its Dynasty Warriors® and Samurai Warriors® franchises. TECMO is best known for the Dead or Alive®, Ninja Gaiden®, Tecmo Bowl®, and Fatal Frame® series.

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