Samurai Warriors 4-II has been spotted on the Steam database, indicating that the game will be available for purchase via Valve’s online PC platform.
The game was released in Japan over a week ago on the PlayStation 4, with a PC release that so far is pegged for a later date in the year. Samurai Warriors 4-II making its way on PC marks the first time that the series has been developed for the platform. Western fans would be most delighted to know that they will soon be able to get it off Steam.
However, there’s still no official word from publisher Tecmo Koei. Steam Database listings usually come out to be true. We’ll just have to wait for an official word.
Samurai Warriors 4-II is a revision of the original title and features new military commander Ii Naomasa, as well as new stages Koshu, Osaka Castle, Honzugawa Gate, Oshu, and Kuisegawa.
Additionally, the Infinite Castle survival mode from the original Samurai Warriors is back. And the game will offer reforms of its Godspeed Action system, weapons and warhorse growth systems, and enemy military commander AI adjustments.