Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate Reveals Ryu Hayabusa Latest Addition

Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate Ryu Hayabusa

Game publisher Koei Tecmo and developer Omega Force recently announced that a popular character from the Ninja Gaiden series will be coming to new version Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate.

Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate welcomes Ryu Hayabusa

Ryu Hayabusa, a popular character and main protagonist of the Ninja Gaiden series, will be a playable character in this new version of the game. He will be joining the roster of over 170 playable characters just like the recently announced Joan of Arc and the goddess Gaia.

Check out the full overview here:

From his legendary Ninja Gaiden quests to his lightning-fast fists and kicks in the Dead or Alive franchise, Ryu Hayabusa is undoubtedly a true Koei Tecmo icon. That’s why the producers of Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate are proud to announce Hayabusa’s inclusion in our upcoming game, as he returns to the Warriors Orochi series after a five-year hiatus to join over 170 playable characters, including others like Joan of Arc and the goddess Gaia, in a one-versus-1,000 over-the-top action experience.

The latest in Koei Tecmo’s killer crossover series features characters from Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors, and the gods of ancient history (including Zeus and Ares) joining together in an all-out fight against swarms of enemies as they seek the truth of why they were reunited to battle in this new mysterious world. All new storylines (and even a new ending) will be explored in Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate as gamers finally uncover why Zeus formed his anti-Odin coalition and the true purpose of Loki. Throughout the new narrative and side stories, gamers will discover a host of fantastical new magic abilities and Sacred Treasures to light up every level as history’s greatest warriors take on swarm after swarm of fearless enemies.

Will the addition of Ryu Hayabusa help sway the balance of power in the heroes’ direction?

The game will be available on PlayStation 4 this coming December in Japan. The Americas and Europe will get it on February 2020.

Here’s the trailer:

Source: PlayStation Blog