Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi world and series history trailers

Aogashima Headquarters Report #2 set for October 16.

Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi

Publisher Sega and developer Delightworks premiered two new trailers for Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi during the first “Aogashima Headquarters Report” that introduce the history of the game’s world and the Sakura Wars series.

In the “History of the Great Imperial Combat Revue” trailer, the major events that make up the world of Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi are introduced, including Taisho years 70 to 100, the “Great Disaster” in the Imperial Capital, the uprising and dissolution of the Imperial Combat Revue, and demons.

Sega also announced that it will premiere the second “Aogashima Headquarters Report” on October 16. Plus, a Sakura Kaumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi early hands-on event reward was added to the game’s 150,000 pre-registrations bonuses.

Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi is due out for iOS via the App Store and Android Google Play in 2020 in Japan. Read more about the game here.

Watch the trailers below.

History of the Great Imperial Combat Revue

History of the Sakura Wars Series: History of the Taisho World

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