Koei Tecmo has announced that Warriors All-Stars, the hack and slash crossover game based on the long-running Warriors series, is now available for PS4 in North America, and worldwide for PC via Steam.
Featuring a wide selection of fan-favorite characters from various Koei Tecmo Games franchises such as Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden, Kasumi from Dear or Alive, William from Nioh, Yukimura Sanada from Samurai Warriors, and Zhao Yun from Dynasty Warriors, Warriors All-Stars summons a diverse array of champions to save a mysterious land at the brink of destruction in the middle of a clash for control.
Warriors All-Stars begins in a mysterious land brought to the brink of destruction when a magical spring, the source of its power, dries up after its king's passing. Following a legend that calls for the summoning of champions from other realms in times of dire need, the young princess Tamaki performs a ritual that goes horribly wrong when her powers spiral out of control, scattering the heroes across the domain. Emboldened to restore peace to the world, Tamaki must recruit the best and strongest among these visitors to revitalize the spring – and crown the land's savior as its new ruler.
Within this volatile situation, players must choose allies carefully and craft a dream team from their faction’s roster of warriors. Your choices affect the course of the game, as character friendships are key to how the story unfolds. The extensive battle system of Warriors All-Stars aims to highlight each champion’s unique characteristics and identity from their signature games, featuring solid, fan-familiar move sets. Recruit up to four warriors to fight alongside you in battle and execute special attacks such as the thrilling Musou Rush!
Outside of battle, improve Bonds with others at the Sanctuary to unlock abilities which help you on the battlefield. Heroes can be found at the Sanctuary’s many locations including the Tavern, Inn, Refinery, Practice Arena and Headquarters.
The PS4 version releases in Europe this Friday, September 1st.