Sengoku Basara: Battle Party launches June 24 in Japan

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Sengoku Basara: Battle Party

Sengoku Basara: Battle Party will launch for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play on June 24 in Japan, Capcom announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via our previous coverage:


Sengoku Basara finally debuts on smartphones! Aim for the top of the Sengoku! Warlords from across the series will appear. Gather up your favorites and create your very own warlords unit. Mow down enemies with simple controls, create your own unit, and aim for the unification of Japan!

Game System

  • Battle – The “War Bonds Battle System” increases your attack power as you connect warlords. Build up your gauge to activate ultra-impact Basara Skills for each warlord. There are also handy features like auto-play and acceleration. Mow down enemies with simple controls!
  • Story – The Sengoku era of rivaling warlords. Become a daimyo and take the first step toward ruling the country. The voice cast makes the story for this game even more exciting! Voices have been newly recorded. The conversational exchanges between warlords that resemble past titles are a must-see!
  • Training – Gather up warlords and develop your very own unit. Thoroughly train your favorites!
  • Unit Formation – Examine the characteristics of each warlord and form your unit. Create all sorts of formations, from a preemptive strike formation to a protect-and-turnabout formation. Create the strongest team with your favorite warlords!
  • Communication – Enjoy the game with friends through chat and more!
  • Ranking – Carve your name in Sengoku Basara: Battle Party history through all sorts of rankings!

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