Valkyria Revolution ‘Composing the Main Theme’ video, digital pre-orders live

Pre-order on PlayStation 4 for an exclusive theme.

Valkyria Revolution

Sega has released a new video for Valkyria Revolution featuring composer Yasunori Mitsuda, who discusses composing the game’s main theme, “Azure Revolution.”

In composing the score to Valkyria Revolution, Mitsuda did a live concert-hall recording. Sarah Àlainn, a multilingual Australian-Japanese singer with a voice spanning over three octaves, also lent her voice to a couple of tracks.

Outside of the new video, Sega also announced that digital pre-orders are live on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In the Americas, users who pre-order Valkyria Revolution will receive the “Formation of Vanargand” and “The Ring of Contract” downloadable content scenarios, 30 ragnite shards, and a collection of special ragnite to use in combat (“Time Flux+,” “Heal Field+,” “Fall Earth+,” and “Shine Calibur+”). European users will receive 30 ragnite shards and the “Time Flux+,” “Heal Field+,” and “Fall Earth+” ragnites. PlayStation 4 users who pre-order digitally will also get an exclusive “The Princess and the Valkyria” theme.

Valkyria Revolution will launch physically and digitally for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and digitally for PS Vita on June 27 in the Americas and June 30 in Europe.

Watch the video below.

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