Nobunaga’s Ambition: Shinsei fief trailer introduces its feudal system

Nobunaga's Ambition: Shinsei fief trailer

Publisher Koei Tecmo and developer Kou Shibusawa shared a new Nobunaga’s Ambition: Shinsei fief trailer, introducing the game’s feudal mechanics.

Here’s the new Nobunaga’s Ambition: Shinsei fief trailer:

Here’s a rundown on the game, from its official site:

AI-Powered Warlords

The warlords under your command become “vassals” who act on their own judgment and support you. Together, they work to unify the nation! It’s like experiencing the history of the feudal lords firsthand. You can experience the history of the warring feudal lords firsthand, and the unprecedented “Ambition of Nobunaga” will be “reborn” here.

The warlords, who act on their own judgment, hold the fate of the power.

The warlords will choose the best course of action without the player’s intervention. They make proposals to develop their forces, develop their territories, and respond to the invasion of hostile forces. In addition, on the battlefield, you can take steps to break the deadlock by judging the situation, advancing troops, and making proposals. You will be able to manage your forces and expand your territory, and the future of your forces will depend on your vassals.

Move history with your warlords as one!

As a daimyo, you will be supported by your vassals, but you will also be the one to lead them, showing them the way, sometimes giving them instructions, and working together to unify the country. The best way to develop a country is to give castles and counties under your control as “Chigyo” to your vassals and let them rule. The development of your power depends on the talents of the warlords who are given Chigyo. There are over 2,200 warlords in the game! As a feudal lord, your skills will be put to the test by understanding their various abilities and personalities, and how to draw out the power of your vassals.

Conquer a variety of battlefields!

There are two types of battles: battles on a single map across the country and “battles” where you directly command your troops on the battlefield. In the battlefield, the route of march and the control of “key points” will greatly affect the battle situation. Whether you respect the suggestions and decisions of your vassals or issue your own orders, read the battle situation and seize victory.

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Nobunaga’s Ambition: Shinsei is set to launch on July 21st in Japan across Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

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