Sakura Wars Launch and Digital Deluxe editions detailed; ‘Relationships’ trailer, screenshots

Build romances and friendships with the game's heroines.

Sakura Wars

Sega has announced new content included with the Launch and Digital Deluxe editions of Sakura Wars in the west, as well as released a new trailer and screenshots introducing the game’s relationships element.

Here are the game edition details:

Launch Edition (Physical, $59.99)

Sakura Wars

  • Reversible cover featuring the original Japanese cover art for the game
  • Sticker set featuring the main cast
  • Theater Costume Add-on Bundle – Includes new costumes for Kamiyama, Sakura, Hatsuho, Azami, Anastasia, and Claris based on costumes from the Flower Division’s various stage productions.

Digital Standard Edition (Digital, $59.99)

  • Imperial Combat Revue PlayStation 4 dynamic theme
  • Neko Ears Add-On Bundle

Digital Deluxe Edition (Digital)

Sakura Wars

  • Legacy of Love Add-on Bundle: A pack of costumes and background music (BGM) paying tribute to:
    • The Flower Division of the Imperial Combat Revue (Sakura Wars 1, Sakura Wars 2: Thou Shalt Not Die)
    • The Flower Division of the Paris Combat Revue (Sakura Wars 3: Is Paris Burning?)
    • The Star Division of the New York Combat Revue (Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love)
  • Charming Accessories Add-on Bundle, which includes:
    • Glasses Bundle
    • Dog Tail Accessory Bundle
    • Angel Accessory Bundle
    • Swimsuit DLC Bundle
  • Neko Ears Add-On Bundle
  • Imperial Combat Revue PlayStation 4 dynamic theme

In Sakura Wars, building romances and friendships with the game’s heroines require nurturing and careful decisions, which will be aided by the LIPS dialogue system, where “what you say and how you say it has a profound impact on relationships off and on the battlefield.”

Sakura Wars launched for PlayStation 4 in December 2019 in Japan, and is due out on April 28 in the Americas and Europe.

Watch the new trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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