Record of Grancrest War announced for PS4

Tactical RPG due out on June 14 in Japan.

Record of Grancrest War

Bandai Namco has announced Record of Grancrest War for PlayStation 4. The strategy RPG will launch physically and digitally on June 14 in Japan for 8,200 yen.

An 11,100 yen first-print limited edition including a copy of the game, special box, special content Blu-ray disc, soundtrack CD, and special booklet will also be available.

Early purchases of either edition will include Parn and Deedlit from Record of Lodoss War as playable characters.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bandai Namco:


Atlatan, a continent where Chaos dominates everything. Frightened by the disasters caused by the Chaos, the people live under the protection of “Lords” who possess “Crests,” the power to suppress those calamities.

However, the Lords eventually abandon the idea of “protection of the people,” and break into a war to fight for each other’s Crests and territory—. During that, a solitary mage named Siluca, who despises Lords without ideals, meets Theo, a wandering knight on a training journey in order to free his hometown from tyrannical rule.

Through the high-handed tactics of Siluca, who is touched by Theo’s ideals, they sign a master and servant contract and aim to bring change to a continent thrown into war.

Weave a Story All Your Own with Your Very Own Army

In Record of Grancrest War, you can freely compose the units you deploy onto the battlefield. Control the battlefield with your very own army, expand the territory under your control, and aim for the unification of the continent.

Experience the story of Record of Grancrest War through various elements, including battles at each base, territorial rule, character growth, and the experience of the original story.

Command Units in Real-Time and Cut Through the Battlefield With Your Own Hands with “RTS Action”

The state of war on the battlefield changes in real-time, and your decisions will have a major influence on the outcome of the battle. Command each unit and adapt to various situations, such as sieges by the enemy army and breaking through the enemy’s defenses. You can also control each character and run through the battlefield using your own actions. And it is not only a large-scale war led by military forces—battles against brutal monsters also await…

Theme Song

The theme song, “Takaga 100-Nen no” will be performed by Japanese pop rock / alternative rock band Aqua Timez.

Confirmed playable characters include Theo Cornaro, Siluca Meletes, Irvin, Aishera, and Priscilla.

Watch the debut trailer and TV spot below. View the first set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.


TV Spot

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