Dynasty Warriors 9 Gets New Trailers Showing More Officers in Hot Action

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Today Koei Tecmo released a new group of gameplay trailers for its upcoming open-world Musou game Shin Sangokumusou 8, which will be released in the west as Dynasty Warriors 9.

As we have seen quite a few other trailers before, the clips focus on a single character, showing their deadly moves (and unfortunately the video quality is always pretty nasty, I’m not sure why). This time around the spotlight is on Zhang Liao, Xu Huang, Taishi Ci, Ma Chao, Jia Chong, and the sexy Zhurong.

You can check out the screenshots below.  If you want to see more, you can enjoy some screenshots featuring the teahouse, the latest character reveal and previous gameplay trailers, an earlier group of character trailers, a recent batch of screenshots focusing on furnishing hideoutsmore character videosthe latest extensive trailera few more character trailers and new characters introduced a fewweeks ago, another batch of character trailers that were the first released of the bunch, another release of artwork showcasing a even more charactersmore officers in the previous gallery, and another another batch of screenshots showing another group of characters and  the first look at the hideouts.  If you’re interested in the inside scoop, you can also read our recent interview with Producer Akihiro Suzuki.

Dynasty Warriors 9 will release in Japan on February 8th, exclusively for PS4. The western launch will happen just a few days later, on February 13th. In the west, we’ll also get two additional platforms: Xbox One, and PC.

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