The Monster Hunter series is one of the more popular video game in Japan. Japanese gamers have embraced the series ever since the release of the first entry while Western players took more time to start appreciating the series more. Even though the new entry of the series, Monster Hunter X, is still far from release, new content inspired the franchise is going to be available in an upcoming action game from Capcom which will be released in around one month in Japan.
The Japanese magazine Famitsu has confirmed today on its official website that Sengoku Basara 4 Sumeragi is going to receive some Monster Hunter collaboration DLC which will allow players to use costumes inspired by the series. More details on these costumes will be revealed in this week’s issue of the magazine, which will officially release in two days. As Famitsu usually leaks online a few days before release, we should expect to learn more about the matter very soon.
Sengoku Basara 4 is the upcoming expansion of the original Sengoku Basara 4. The new version of the game will include new playable characters that will bring the roster to 40 playable warriors, several new gameplay features, new stories, a new level cap and more. Players who have save data from the original release will also be able to transfer it in the new game
The Sengoku Basara series is a unique take on the hack and slash formula made popular by the Dynasty Warriors series. Unlike the Tecmo Koei series, characters in the Sengoku Basara games play quite differently from one another and sport a bigger moveset, allowing players to perfom complex combos.
Sengoku Basara 4 Sumeragi will release in Japan on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on July 23rd. The game hasn’t been confirmed for a Western release at the moment and things don’t look exactly good, as only a few entries of the series have been released in North America and Europe. We will let you know more about the matter as soon as we hear something new about it so stay tuned for more.