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Arslan: The Warriors Of Legend Dated For North America

Omega Force’s anime-inspired epic Arslan: The Warriors of Legend to wage war in North America next February

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Publisher KOEI Tecmo America today announced that Arslan: The Warriors of Legend will launch in North America on February 9, 2016. The game is inspired by the epic novel, manga, and anime IP, The Heroic Legend of Arslan and slated to be released on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

Arslan: The Warriors of Legend features character designs by Hiromu Arakawa (the creator of Fullmetal Alchemist). The game tells the story of the young crown prince of Pars, Arslan, as he is forced out of his kingdom when his father, the King, is betrayed and defeated and his domain conquered. Arslan and his few companions must re-assemble an army and fight against overwhelming odds to regain his throne and liberate his kingdom.

Arslan is developed by Dynasty Warriors developers Omega Force. The game allows players to take control of Arslan, as well as his companions Farangis, Gieve, Alfreed, and Kishward in large scale battles against hordes of enemies in a gorgeous cel-shaded fantasy world.

Check out the latest screens from Arslan: The Warriors of Legend in the gallery below:

 

 

 

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