Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi launches November 30 in Japan

Historical simulation game due out for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC.

Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi

Nobunga’s Ambition: Taishi will launch for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC on November 30 in Japan, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. It will cost 8,880 yen on consoles and 9,800 yen on PC.

The historical simulation game will feature a large amount of “Memoirs,” which are historically accurate events and anecdotes turned into “Free Events.” When you clear a Memoir, it comes with a bonus to the officer’s maximum growth potential.

Battles consist of two stages, “March” and “Decisive Battle.” During the March stage, you will move along a map of the country. If you collide with an enemy, you will enter Decisive Battle on a battlefield map.

Each battlefield has its own size and attributes, so it is necessary to consider where you fight against which enemies. In a Decisive Battle, there is the “Command Phase,” where you decide your strategy and position your troops, and the “March Phase,” where you confirm the outcome of those decisions.

The theme song for Nobunga’s Ambition: Taishi will be a new song performed by Misia. Playres can also register Misia’s officer portrait and have her participate as an officer in the game.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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