Along with launching in Japan on the PlayStation 3 this summer, for the first time ever, Sengoku Basara will see a release on the Sony PlayStation 4 home entertainment console and will run at a buttery smooth 60 frames per second, in full 1080p HD.

Additionally, the game will feature several new playable warlords like the all new Sen no Rikyu and the previously unplayable Kyogoku Maria and a collection of new animated scenes produced by the dudes behind the Sengoku Basara anime movie.

One of the most laudable new features packed into Sengoku Basara 4 is the Battle Roulette System. When you defeat Roulette Soldiers or Roulette Battalions, as you might have imagined, a roulette is summoned that can make changes to the conditions on the battlefield. Opponents dubbed Metal Soldiers can sometimes show up because of this. If you can best one of these soldiers in mortal combat you snag their Tenka Medals which can be traded in to acquire a long list of stuff.

Rounding out the package is the first of six different collaborative DLC packs for Sengoku Basara 4. Tales of Zestiria is the first of the packs and comes with costumes to jam onto your favourite warlords.


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