Dynasty Warriors series turns 15

Watch the hack-and-slash series' 15th anniversary trailer.

Dynasty Warriors

The Dynasty Warriors series has turned 15 years-old. And Koei Tecmo is celebrating with the release of a special trailer.

The first game in the Omega Force-developed hack-and-slash series, known as Shin Sangoku Musou in Japan and Dynasty Warriors 2 in the west, launched for PS2 on August 3, 2000.

Over at the series’ official website, producer Akihiro Suzuki said in a message: “As we meet the 15th anniversary this year, a new project in the Dynasty Warriors series has begun. We’re still preparing to be able to deliver information to everyone, so please wait for a bit now.”

15th anniversary wallpapers are also available at the official website.

Watch the trailer below.

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