Valkyria Chronicles Coming To PC On November 11th, Will Support Keyboard + Mouse, 60FPS Confirmed

SEGA has announced that Valkyria Chronicles will launch for Windows PC via Digital Download on November 11th, that it will support 60fps and resolutions higher than 1080p (depending on users’ monitors), that it will support remappable controls, and that the “keyboard/mouse” control scheme will be supported.

Valkyria Chronicles will come bundled with all the DLC that was available for the original PlayStation 3 game including:

· Hard EX Mode (harder versions of skirmish missions in the main game)
· Edy’s Mission “Enter the Edy Detachment” (a side story campaign)
· Selveria’s Mission “Behind Her Blue Flame” (a side story campaign)
· Challenge of the Edy Detachment (six challenge missions)

In Valkyria Chronicles, players embark on an epic adventure through beautiful environments and battle legions of troops to save the small country of Gallia from total destruction. Valkyria Chronicles is set in a fictitious continent reminiscent of 1930s Europe on the verge of a great war. The game follows Welkin and his fellow soldiers of the Federation’s 7th Platoon that are fighting against the Empire, who is intent on unifying the continent under its power. The emergence of the “Valkyria”- an ancient race with special powers thought to exist only in legends, turns the tide of the war and the Federation’s ability to win and a hope for a better future hangs in the balance.


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