With the series celebrating its 10th anniversary, the main Story Mode has been overhauled, with two primary ways to play: Regional play, which focuses on the heroic actions of individual warriors throughout the land and A Land United, which focuses on the final years of the turbulent Warring States period. No fewer than fifty brave warriors play out this rich historical tapestry.
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55 New and Updated Characters— Nobuyuki Sanada and Yoshitsugu Otani join the fray, along with Takatora Todo, Naotora Ii and Munenori Yagyu previously only available in Japanese releases of SAMURAI WARRIORS along with major overhauls of appearance and rearrangements in battle moves for fan-favorite characters such as Yukimura Sanada and Nobunaga Oda adding to the diverse range of more than 50 playable characters
Disseminate the Enemy Ranks— Battles are more thrilling than ever with new maneuvers including Hyper Attacks which allow for rapid moment on the battlefield combined with high powered attacks, a powerful Rage Attack which can be reached when the Spirit Gauge is full, deadly finishing moves with Mighty Strikes and the ability to mount and dismount horses seamlessly, additionally existing moves have all been powered up from their previous iterations
New Battle Modes— Enhancements and newly implemented gameplay systems create a deeper and more satisfying combat experience, including the all-new ability to switch between two characters in real-time, adjustments to morale, Officer development and the return of the popular portable item system found in SAMURAI WARRIORS 3 are just some of the features players will find to gain the advantage in combat
Unfold the rich tapestry of the Warring States era— The Story Mode portrays the tales surrounding the battles by faction, deepening the relationships between characters and is separated into two parts, regional stories, which tell the tales of the officers of various regions around the land such as Kyushu and Shikoku, and the story of unification, which details events up to the end of the Warring States era
Leave a mark on history— In the new “Chronicle Mode”, while completing various quests, meeting new officers and collecting items, players discover the world of SAMURAI WARRIORS through their own design with more ways to customize than ever before including a vastly upgraded Create Character system
Living World— PlayStation 4 players will experience an even more engaging saga with highly detailed landscapes and breathtaking skies that reflect true to life lighting and shadow effects and battlegrounds packed with significantly more enemies on screen
Cooperative Play and Cross Save functionality— All modes can be played cooperatively via Network Play across the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita system, additionally save data can be shared across all three systems
Samurai Warriors 4 is rated
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Rated 2 out of
Diego Brlones from
BoringIt is aa boring game, there is no change in what you're doing in the game
Date published: 2019-09-01
Rated 4 out of
Nikki K from
Samurai Warriors 4As a fan of the series, I really enjoyed this game. I bought the PS4 for streaming purposes, but unfortunately there was no sound, so I had to return it-already have it on the Vita so it's no loss.
The story is immersive, for the first time seeing the story in a kingdom mode following each clan from their beginnings to their eventual swallow by the Toyotomi clan. The introduction of Sanada Nobuyuki brings a new face and a new view to Sanada Yukimura's eventual fate (more would be discussed in the Sanada themed spin-off, Spirit Of Sanada), along with many other new characters; Katakura Kojuro, Kobayakawa Takakage, Otani Yoshitsugu to name a few offering their support to already existing characters who clearly needed friends, or if you're Chosokabe Motochika, you might be followed by a certain pink-haired devil.
Chronicle Mode from the Chronicle Series is brought here, create your character and interact with your favorite Samurai! You can also interact with thousands of generics and complete the encyclopedia if you're interested in the period's history.
Date published: 2019-02-17
Rated 5 out of
Come on its warriors man!It's hard for me to say much of anything negative on the Warriors games because I've always been a fan and this one is good because as all the others before it kinds of characters in missions and just better graphics at this point.
Date published: 2018-08-07
Rated 4 out of
A perfect new warrior gameThis game was a huge improvement from the last games and the characters were fun to play with. Ignore all the repetitious stuff people say about the warrior games because it's so much fun taking out hundreds of people however this games story needed a lot of cutscenes. I was also disappointed by no English voices.