Koei Tecmo Releases Four New Berserk Videos Showing Cutscenes And Gameplay

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk fans who like Koei Tecmo and Omega Force will find four new videos covering Berserk’s in-game features and first-copy edition. The videos show a lot of characters and other special content for the upcoming Berserk game, which is set to drop on October 27th for PS3, PS4 and PS Vita, and for PS4, PS Vita and PC on February 21st for the West.

The first video that comes in for Berserk and the Band of the Hawk shows quite a bit of playable characters, animated cutscenes, as well as minions and bosses. Running for four minutes and 11 seconds you can check out the video below, thanks to Koei Tecmo‘s channel.

The next videos are a lot shorter and basically revolve around short scenes compiled together. Additionally these videos are short because they are TV Spots and are meant to tease snippets of the game.

You can watch the next trailer that covers Casca in her wet outfit, which comes as a first-copy print in Japan. I’m not sure if this outfit will make it to the West, but seeing how the game will be coming to PC via Steam, I’m sure modders will address any problems while adding more pleasing content.

The next video shows a variety of characters. After seeing Skull Knight in the list of characters shown below made me quite happy, although I don’t know if he’s playable in the game? Anyways, you can check the trailer out below.

The next two videos cover in-game cutscenes and some of the characters that will be in Berserk and the Band of the Hawk. The last video is very similar to the TV Spot above, which the last two TV Spots are watchable below.

Berserk will release on October 27th for PS3, PS4 and PS Vita, and for PS4, PS Vita and PC on February 21st for the West.


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  • Arbitrary

    I see they really like recycling assets from Bladestorm.

    • Ethan42

      Not just tits, but gore and other features too. But, yeah, devs censoring games are dumb. The reason I brought up modding for PC is because if the devs decide to do anything to a game and not listen to their fans there’s at least a way to play the game as intended, while adding more.