Super Robot Wars V launches February 23 in Japan, first full-length trailer

Eight-minute trailer for the upcoming strategy RPG.

Super Robot Wars V

Super Robot Wars V will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on February 23, 2017, Bandai Namco announced.

The game will cost 8,600 yen on PlayStation 4 and 7,600 yen on PS Vita. Download-only early purchase prices of 7,740 yen for PlayStation 4 and 6,840 yen for PS Vita will also be available until February 22. A “Premium Anisong & Sound Edition” including 35 background songs will launch alongside the standard edition for 12,600 yen on PlayStation 4 and 11,600 yen on PS Vita, with download-only early purchase prices of 11,340 yen and 10,440 yen also available.

Pre-orders include a “Special Starter Pack,” a Super Robot Wars V original theme, and download codes to use special participation original robots Grungust and Huckebein from the beginning of the game.

The game features two original protagonists: Soji Murakumo (voiced by Takuya Kirimoto) of the Moon Surface Special Strategy Research Institute Defense Party, and Chitose Kisaragi (voiced by Akemi Kanda) of The Third Special Strategy Research Institute Defense Party.

An English Asian release is also planned.

Watch the first full-length trailer below. View the official box art at the gallery.

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