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Sakura Wars Gets Combat Trailer


Take a deep dive into the combat system of SEGA’s upcoming Sakura Wars with the latest trailer for the game.

After being appointed captain of the Flower Division, word from your boss Sumire Kanzaki is that Tokyo’s protectors are now at risk of being disbanded. To prove yourselves and save the legacy of the Flower Division, players must win the Combat Revue World Games.

Featuring giant mecha from around the world, this tournament features both battles and elaborate stage performances. The structure is set up so that there are three-on-three team battles that are spread across three rounds.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Sakura Wars | Combat Trailer

Set in 1940s steampunk Tokyo, Sakura Wars pays host to a number of animated sequences and characters designed by a number of JRPG and anime luminaries.

The game will come out on April 28, 2020 for the PlayStation 4.

Source: Press Release
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