Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada introduces Castle Town gameplay

Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada introduces Castle Town gameplay

KOEI TECMO Europe introduces the expansive new Castle Town facilities, its exciting minigames and the fascinating personalities of the Sanada Clan in their newest game, Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada.

The Castle Town gameplay let’s you witness a castle town as it grows from a quiet and peaceful to bustling and prosperous town. Here you can reside during missions and prepare for the next battle or talk to the officers and townspeople to gain a deeper insight into their daily lives and their activities. Fear of war and celebration of victory both have their own effect on the morale of the people, and some will ask you for help with their troubles by offering missions. As you progress through the story, your castle town will expand, granting a greater array of facilities for you to use such as a blacksmith, stables, shops and a teahouse, each with their own functions and uses. Materials needed to run these facilities, can be obtained through minigames such as planting and harvesting seeds or ingredients, fishing and Jinzo, a sort of shell game.

Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada focuses mainly on the characters and especially Masayuki Sanada, the clan’s patriarch, from his very first battle and continues through following his youngest son Yukimura, born in 1567. Yukimura was a pure natured yet reckless child who grew up with his elder siblings watching out for him and strived throughout his life to give his best for the clan. Together with his brother, Nobuyuki, they’re determined to be as wise as their father and the pair diligently trained together to follow in their father’s footsteps.

The game is planned for a release on May 26th 2017 for PlayStation 4 and PC(Steam)

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