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Valkyria Chronicles 4

SEGA has shown quite a bit of Valkyria Chronicles 4 since its original announcement, but we’ve yet to really see the game in action. That changes next week.

The first live gameplay from Valkyria Chronicles 4 will debut on December 27 at 8 PM Japan time during a new broadcast. YouTube, LINE Live, and Periscope will be hosting the stream. Valkyria Chronicles fan Hashiyan Kousaka will act as the MC, and special guests Naomi Ohzora (Nikola Graf voice actress) and Yukiyo Fujii (Chiara Rocino voice actress) will be appearing.

We’ll post the gameplay here as soon as it airs.

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The upcoming issue of Famitsu features an article on Valkyria Chronicles 4. We will have more details once we get our hands on the full issue of the magazine tomorrow, but for now here’s what we learned from the preview of the article on Famitsu’s website (thanks to Siliconera for the translation):

First up, some details on the game’s leveling system. You don’t actually level up each character individually, but rather the classes as a whole. After you reach a certain experience threshold, you can upgrade the units belonging to that class.

SEGA sent out a ton of new details and screenshots for Valkyrie Chronicles 4 today. The update covers the world, characters, battle system, and classes.

Gematsu was able to translate all of the new information. For a roundup of everything released today, continue on below. 

This week’s issue of Famitsu has the latest information about Valkyria Chronicles 4. Along with several characters, the magazine has information about the Brave system.

Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of Gematsu:

Sega has put some more information about Valkyria Chronicles 4 on their website pertaining to the world and a couple of characters. You can check out the information below as translated by Gematsu.

Following the announcement of Valkyria Chronicles 4, SEGA posted an official interview. Producer Kei Mikami was brought in to talk about the project.

Mikami spoke about a few different topics pertaining to Valkyria Chronicles 4. These include when development started, what makes this entry different from past titles, the new Canvas system, and more.

You can read the full Q&A with Mikami below.

Last night, SEGA unveiled Valkyria Chronicles 4. New details have already come in from this week’s issue of Famitsu.

Gematsu translated some of the tidbits that have leaked out so far. Here’s what we know:

Update: First screenshot, art, and gameplay details added below.


Original: Valkyria Chronicles 4 is in development and is coming to Switch, SEGA has revealed. The game is launching on Nintendo’s console in Japan in Spring 2018, with the overseas release taking place sometime next year as well.

We have the announcement trailer below: