Sakura Wars version 1.01 update now available in Japan, adds new mech and quality-of-life features

Conversation log, battle lock-on, and more.

Sega has released the version 1.01 update for Sakura Wars in Japan, which adds a new Spiricle Fighter for Sakura Amamiya and various quality-of-life additions, improvements, and adjustments.

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Sakura Amamiya’s Spiricle Fighter: Mugen

Sakura Amamiya’s “Spiricle Fighter: Mugen” from the anime Shin Sakura Wars the Animation, which will begin airing on April 3 on Tokyo MX 1 and BS 11, is now available for use in the game. Sakura Amamiya’s “Spiricle Fighter: Mugen” can be used for her missions in the battle simulator “Ikusa-chan.”

(The addition of this feature does not affect trophy entries or acquisition requirements.)

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Numerous Feature Additions, Improvements, and Adjustments: View Conversation Log, Battle Lock-On, and More

Installing the version 1.01 update also applies various feature additions, improvements, and balance adjustments, including the addition of message log feature in conversation, the addition of a lock-on feature in battle, key assignment changes, the ability to freely save or load from the settings, “World Koi-Koi Wars” adjustments, removal of Share function restrictions, and more.

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars launched for PlayStation 4 in December 2019 in Japan, and is due out on April 28 in the Americas and Europe. A demo is available now in Japan. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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