Project Sakura Wars demo launches November 21 in Japan [Update]

Try out the game's adventure and battle parts.

Project Sakura Wars

Sega will release a demo for Project Sakura Wars for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store on November 21 in Japan, the company announced during a stage event at PlayStation Matsuri Sapporo 2019.

The demo will allow players to experience both the game’s adventure and battle parts.

Project Sakura Wars is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 12 in Japan, and in spring 2020 in North America and Europe. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Project Sakura Wars

Project Sakura Wars

Update 11/04/19 at 8:30 p.m.: Sega has announced further details about the demo. During the adventure part, you can walk around the Great Imperial Theater and enjoy events with the Imperial Combat Revue: Floral Division members in a special setup made just for the demo, including the heroines’ reactions that change via the time limited choices system “LIPS.” During the battle part, you can play while switching between the mechs of protagonist Seijuurou Kamiyama and heroine Azami Mochizuki.

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