Valkyria Chronicles 4 announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch

Valkyria Chronicles 4 announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch 2

Valkyria Chronicles 4 will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch in 2018.

Sega recently put out a teaser video on YouTube that revealed the existence of the 4th entry into the beloved series. The video opened with a look into the design process of the upcoming title, specifically detailing the iteration process and focus Sega has committed to Valkyria Chronicles 4.

The game is set in the fictional year of 1350 EC, war has engulfed Europa due to the Second Europan War between the Atlantic Federation against the Empire’s forces.

Players take control and command Claude Wallace and his loyal childhood friends in Squad E. The team is sent out to fight and secure the Imperial capital in a last-ditch attempt to end the war.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 will be set in the same timeframe as the original Valkyria Chronicles, but with a new cast of characters and story.

The renowned BLitZ system is back and is better than ever, giving players the most robust turn-based strategy and real-time shooter mix to date. New features include a new class called the Grenadier, in addition to numerous offensive and defensive battleship support options, chances for a unit to trigger a Last Chance action prior to death, all on larger maps than any of the ones featured in prior games.

The renowned canvas style painterly aesthetic is back thanks to the next generation CANVAS engine. Finally, the legendary composer Hitoshi Sakimoto, who did the score for the original Valkyria Chronicles will once again be at the helm for Valkyria Chronicles 4.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 will be out sometime in 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch.

YouTube video

As of right now, a Japanese only special edition is available that will include a copy of the game, a downloadable code for additional story content that features characters from the first game, a 10th-anniversary soundtrack CD and art booklet.

Liked this article and want to read more like it? Check out  Aleksander Gilyadov’s review of the spinoff title Valkyria Revolution and Remington Joseph’s review of Fire Emblem Warriors

Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out the First 15: Star Wars Battlefront II, Sonic Forces + Episode Shadow, and  Super Mario Odyssey!

Don’t forget to tune in every Friday the Pixels & Ink Podcast to hear the latest news, previews, and in-depth game discussions!

Never miss when new CGM articles go out by following us on Twitter and Facebook!

CGMagazine is Canada’s premiere comics and gaming magazine. Subscribe today to get the best of CGM delivered right to your door! Never miss when a new issue goes live by subscribing to our newsletter! Signing up gives you exclusive entry into our contest pool. Sign up once, you’ll have a chance to win! Sign up today!

<div data-conversation-spotlight></div>

Latest Stories


CGM Recommends: Dads & Grads Gifts 2023

It’s gifting season for those dads and grads in your life, check out this life…


Convergence: A League of Legends Story (PC) Review

Convergence: A League of Legends Story is an all-around good game that huge League of…

IEM2023 6

Intel and the Brazilian Esports Phenomenon

Explore Brazil’s thriving esports scene in our exclusive interview with Carlos Buarque, Intel’s Brazil Marketing…

4130898 supermegabaseball

EA Sports Super Mega Baseball 4 (PS5) Review

Gamers will find plenty of arcade baseball fun in Super Mega Baseball 4, but with…

PL planet-of-lana-xbox-series-x-review-

Planet of Lana (Xbox Series X) Review

Wishfully Studio’s Planet of Lana invites players to visit a dangerous yet captivating Sci-Fi world.