Winning Post 9 2020 announced for PS4, Switch, and PC

Due out in March 2020 in Japan.

Winning Post 9 2020

Koei Tecmo has announced Winning Post 9 2020 for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. It will launch in March 2020 in Japan.

Updated elements in the new version include:

  • Revival of the marriage and descendant succession systems.
  • Improvements to bond commands (can be executed from the racehorse screen, choose what you like from several utilities, etc.).
  • No more randomness in the system of meeting new connections (you can make connections at events, and there are also bond commands that enable you to meet new connections).
  • You can establish a club.
  • Implementation of a future scenario that starts in 2021.
  • Ability to transfer save data from Winning Post 9.
  • If you have save data from Winning Post 8 on your system, you can get special bonuses.
  • Noel Himeka added as a secretary.

Winning Post 9 2020

Winning Post 9 2020

—Noel Himeka has several outfit patterns for each season. On the left is her Spring Outfit A, and on the right is her Winter Costume B.

Winning Post 9 2020

Winning Post 9 2020

Thanks, Famitsu.

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