Samurai Warriors 4-II pre-order bonuses announced

Pre-orders include alternative costumes.

Samurai Warriors 4-II

Koei Tecmo have announced the pre-order bonuses for Samurai Warriors 4-II, which will launch for PlayStation 4 via retail and PlayStation Network, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita via PlayStation Network, and PC via Steam on September 29 in North America and October 2 in Europe.

Pre-order bonuses vary by retailer:

North America

  • Amazon, Best Buy, or GameStop – A set of four bonus costumes for Naotora Ii, Lady Hayakawa, No-hime, and Koshosho.
  • PlayStation Network – A brand new and exclusive dress ensemble for Naotora Ii.

Europe

  • GAME – An exclusive costume for Naotora Ii.
  • Independent retailers (via Centresoft) – An alternative outfit for Lady Hayakawa.
  • Amazon – A yellow costume for No-hime.
  • ShopTo.net – A new outfit for Koshosho influenced by Naotora Ii’s default costume.
  • PlayStation Network – A new and exclusive dress ensemble for Naotora Ii.

A new set of screenshots showcase new playable character Naomasa Ii. Naomasa is a general of the Tokugawa army, known both for his bravery and for donning a bright red armor when taking to the battlefield. Nobuyuki Sanada, Hisahide Matsunaga, Koshosho, and Mitsunari Ishida are also showcased.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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