For you fortunate women and men among us who've taken the loyal initiative, gambolled into the electronics department of a local conglomerate or mom-and-pop shop, and thoughtfully (or thoughtlessly, depending on your priorities and financial situation) purchased, with an irresistible voice that was a combination of musical and sweet smelling, a PS4, congratulations: You are entitled to the 10th Anniversary Collector's Edition of Samurai Warriors 4.
As fans are no doubt aware, 24 October 2014 marks a decade of tactical surges and slicin' and dicin' for the Warriors franchise. To thank you for the support, KOEI TECMO will offer Playstation 4 adopters the exclusive Samurai Warriors 4: Special Anime Pack. But don't feel too down or left out, PS Vita and PS3 enthusiasts; you'll get a few collections in the form of pre-order incentives that while not as impressive as the PS4 offerings, are still a welcome bonus.
The Special Anime Pack will contain the following goodies intended to honour dedicated Warriors fans:
- “Special Anime Pack” 10th anniversary Collectors Edition packaging
- SAMURAI WARRIORS: Legend of the Sanada anime (Blu-ray Disc)
- SAMURAI WARRIORS 4 game (PlayStation 4)
- SAMURAI WARRIORS 4 Official Soundtrack (CD)
- Special Costume Pack 4: Garcia, Ina, Nene and Oichi (DLC)
- Old Costume Pack 1: Yukimura, Mitsuhide, Nobunaga, Noh, Oichi, and Ranmaru (DLC)
- Edit Parts Pack 1 which allows facial and Western themed armor customization (DLC)
And here are the pre-order incentives available at Game or for digital purchase through PSN Store:
- Scenario Pack 1: New stages "Sinister Beauties" and "Men of Charm and Courage", new items "Gold Lacquered Box" and "Lion Censer"
- Special Costumes for: Mitsunari Ishida and Toyohisa Shimazu
Available with purchases via ShopTo.net:
- Weapon Pack 1: New weapons for over 25 characters
And finally, available from independent retailers through CentreSoft DLC bundle containing the following items:
- Old Costume Pack 2: Costumes inspired by the original SAMURAI WARRIORS for Keiji Maeda, Kenshin Uesugi, Kunoichi and Shingen Takeda