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Koei Tecmo today announced a new milestone for the Samurai Warriors series. Since the first game’s debut, the franchise has sold over eight million copies worldwide.

Samurai Warriors originally debuted in 2004.

The latest entry in the series, Samurai Warriors 5, recently came to Switch.


FUNimation announced today that it has acquired the rights for Koei Tecmo’s Samurai Warriors anime. Fans can watch the first episode on January 11, and the show will join FUNimation’s Winter 2015 Simulcast season.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Based on the hit video game, this dramatic re-imagining of one of Japan’s most revered historical periods drops audiences into the middle of an epic battle royal. Great warriors and dashing rogues from cherished Japanese tales come to life in this rousing series. Follow along as your favorite hacking, slashing characters from the video game meet once more on the field of battle. Every deadly move you perfected in the game is recreated in the action-packed anime experience that is Samurai Warriors!


An anime based on Koei Tecmo’s Samurai Warriors series was announced last month. It’s now confirmed that the anime will debut next month. If you’re in Japan, you can catch the first episode on TV Tokyo on January 11.

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An anime based on the Samurai Warriors series is in the works, Koei Tecmo has revealed. The news was shared at the Samurai Warriors Chronicle 3 completion event earlier today.

The anime can be seen on the TV Tokyo, TV Osaka, TV Aichi, and BS Japan channels. It will focus on the story of Toyotomi versus Tokugawa.


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