Mangaka Bleach designed characters for the Ps4 game titled 'Sakura Wars'

Sega announced more information at the "Sega Fes 2019" event in Tokyo for a new game called Sakura Wars (Sakura Taisen) which was announced last year. while the game is still titled Shin Sakura Taisen (New Sakura Wars), and will launch this winter for the PlayStation 4. Sega also announced that the game will launch in the West in Spring 2020, and launch a PV with English subtitles. We are very excited to announce Project Sakura Wars (official name TBA!), The newest entry in the beloved Sakura Wars franchise, is heading to the West for the PS4 in Spring 2020! Https: //t.co/JfzBeOa5UH pic.twitter .com / FAxTr2fg61 - SEGA (@SEGA) March 30, 2019 Bleach mangaka Tite Kubo is the main character designer for this game. Kōhei Tanaka is returning to the franchise to compose music, Jirō Ishii (Under the Dog, BBK / BRNK, Monster Strike the Animation anime, 428: Shibuya Scramble and 'Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors' games) is in charge of story composition, and Ouji Hiroi is credited with the original work. Sega stated that the game will feature "adventure" and "combat" gameplay systems, and players will also be able to forge bonds with the game's heroes. Sega also sent you some screenshots. Here are some of the characters in this game: Ayane Sakura as Sakura Amamiya, a 17-year-old member of the 'Imperial Assault Force's Flower' Division. She is the division's new recruit who looks up to Sakura Shingūji, the top star of the Original Flower Division. Yōhei Azakami as Seijuro Kamiyama, the protagonist of Shin Sakura Taisen. He was the commander of the Imperial Assault Force's Flower Division. who is 20 years old. He was the captain of a naval special forces ship until he was reassigned as head of a revived division. Maaya Uchida as Hatsuho Shinonome, a 17-year-old member of the Imperial Assault Force's Flower Division. An Edo native who was born in the downtown district of Shitamachi in Tokyo, he loves Shitamachi, the festivals, and everyone in this district. Saori Hayami as Clarissa Snowflake, a 16-year-old member of the Imperial Assault Force's Flower Division. Born in Luxembourg, she is a smart girl and loves to read books. Hibiku Yamamura as Azami Mochizuki, 13 year old Imperial Assault Force's Flower Division. As a descendant of the ninja clan, he has had a genius talent for martial arts, tactics, and weapon handling since he was a child. Ayaka Fukuhara as Anastasia Palma, a 19-year-old member of the Imperial Assault Force's Flower Division. Born in Greece, he is a star on the European stage. He was transferred to the Imperial Assault Force. This game will be a new work that "inherits the DNA of this series." The game will take place in the 29th year of the fictional "Taisho" period in the capital Tokyo, which takes place 12 years after Sakura Wars V. The actual Japanese Taisho period lasted only 15 years, and the kanji used to write "Taisho" in Sakura Wars is different from the kanji used for the actual Taisho period. The game's protagonist, Seijuro Kamiyama, follows when he leads the "New Imperial Raid Army" when Kouma once again appears in the capital, and when Assault Troops are created in cities around the world. Sega previously stated that they plan to release the game simultaneously in Japan and Asia. Sega Holdings president and CEO Haruki Satomi stated in an interview in April 2018 that the new game "will not end with just a game." Original creators Ouji Hiroi and Sega launched the first game for Sega Saturn in 1996, and the newest game in the series, Sakura Taisen V: Saraba Itoshiki Hito yo, launched for PlayStation 2 in Japan in 2005. Sakura Taisen V is the only game in the series. this with an official English release. NIS America released a game called Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love in March 2010 for the PS2 and Nintendo Wii. The franchise also recently received a new smartphone game in Korea last year. This multimedia franchise also includes a television anime series, six video anime projects, anime films, and manga. Source: Sega Fes 2019 event, website and Twitter account of the game Shin Sakura Taisen, Famitsu.com Rio Crisel Akay A man who has a hobby of ngewibu and craving for Japanese events (Instagram @crisel_kun)