Updated 04:58 PM EST, Sat, Feb 27, 2021

Coming to PS4 This Spring Sega's 'Valkyria Chronicles Remastered' [Gameplay & Details]

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Sega's tactical role-playing game "Valkyria Chronicles Remastered" is heading to the PlayStation 4 this spring for players in Europe and North America.

CinemaBlend noted that the game, which will cost $29.99, is expected to include all the DLCs of the PlayStation 3 version released earlier.

Among the included DLCs are Challenge of Edy Detachment, Hard EX Mode, Selvaria's Mission and Edy's Mission.

In addition, Gematsu mentioned that the game will be available for pre-order in the Americas. Limited copies of its launch edition will also be packaged in a Squad 7 Armored Case.

This PS4 version is also expected to have a Japanese and English support audio, and will run in 1080p at 60 frames per second.

The game's official website revealed that the upcoming game is set during a 1930s war in Europe. Forces called The Empire and the Atlantic Federation fight over Ragnite, a mineral used for fuel, medicine and anti-tank weaponry.

"Players follow Lieutenant Welkin Gunther and the vaunted Squad 7 of the Gallian Militia as they take on the seemingly insurmountable forces of the Empire," added the game's description.

According to News Gazette, the game depicts a nation at war, where families are forced to stand together to protect their kin.

Gunther, the game's hero, initially did not want to be part of the fighting, but eventually found himself leading the militia.

Sega noted that another feature of the "Valkyria Chronicles Remastered" is its great graphics during battles and in-game cinematics.

The game developer also added the "BLiTZ" battle system, where players can experience action-packed and strategic battles.

Meanwhile, Eurogamer noted that this news from Sega follows the company's announcement last year that the "Valkyria: Azure Revolution" will also be released by the end of 2016.

It added that the PS4 release could signal that the other game may also be available in locations other than Japan in the future.

The CinemaBlend report added that the game, coming this spring, will enable players to also deal with scenarios different from the original game.

There is also a "perma-death" feature in the game, where if one player dies on the battlefield, he or she cannot return to fighting battles with the other players any longer. This is expected to help players exercise caution when they are fighting their enemies.

Also, the same report underscored that Sega plans to include a playable demo of the upcoming Azure Revolution with the remastered version to help developers gather comments and feedback from the players.

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