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Valkyria Revolution Gets Summer Release Date
The game will hit the Americas June 27 and Europe June 30.
03.28.17 - 11:12 PM

Valkyria fans rejoice! Sega has announced that Valkyria Revolution will launch both physically and digitally for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as digitally on PS Vita, in the Americas on June 27 and Europe on June 30. The game will cost $39.99/CA$54.99.


Valkyria Revolution Vanargand Edition

For those that jump on the hype train early, pre-orders and limited launch copies of the physical version of Valkyria Revolution on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the Americas will be packaged as the "Vanargand Edition," named after the specialized anti-Valkyria unit in the game. This special early adopter edition will come with a metal pin emblazoned with the elite team's insignia, a 12-track soundtrack CD by legendary composer Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger), and a special outer box.

For fans in Europe, pre-orders and limited launch copies will include the 12-track CD.

An overview of the game provided by Sega can be found below:

About

In the wake of a revolution, Jutland’s elite soldiers, the Vanargand, must band together to defeat the Ruzi Empire and stop death itself–the Valkyria. This grizzled anti-Valkyria squad is equipped with advanced mana weaponry and has the powerful ability to wield ragnite spells to combat this terrifying threat. The unit is comprised of soldiers who have a high affinity for ragnite, and even Jutland’s own Princess Ophelia has joined the ranks. The princess carries the utmost love for her country and has answered the call of duty to liberate those who are suffering from the Ruzi’s tyranny. However, Amleth Grønkjær, the commanding officer of Vanargand hides a terrible secret. Is he friend or foe to the country he has sworn to protect?

Features

  • A Brush with Death – Turning the tide of battle in Valkyria Revolution is Brunhilde, one of the last of the ancient and powerful Valkyrur, magical beings with near limitless power. She’s bound by oath to the enemy forces and players will have to figure out how to defeat her.

  • Prepare for LeGION – Valkyria Revolution has a brand new battle system that mixes real-time combat and tactical strategy. Players can take control of the battlefield using brazen combos or cunning tactics and finding a balance between them is the key to excelling in skirmishes.

  • The Ingenuity of War – Through adversity comes great engineering, and with a besieged homeland, players will have upgrade their existing weapons through branching customization paths.

  • A New Painterly Look – Valkyria Revolution has a refined look thanks to the new Gouache rendering engine, giving the graphics a unique canvas texture.

  • Classic Composer – Valkyria Revolution has a vibrant soundtrack brought to life by the incredibly talented composer Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger, Stella Glow).

Valkyria Revolution is not just a new chapter in the legendary Valkyria series, but a whole new entry with new characters, a new world, and new gameplay mechanics. The static, turn-based battlefield has become an action-oriented stage for devastating melee combos, lethal ranged attacks, and strategic shifts to turn the tide of battle, all while exploring the incredible history of the Circle of Five.

Watch the new trailer for the game below!





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