Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate looks to be heading west, if this classification is anything to go by.
The PlayStation 3 and Vita title has popped up on the Australian Classification Board with an M rating.
Previously we hadn’t even heard the Omega Force title was coming west. We’ve contacted Tecmo Koei’s local representatives requesting more information.
Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate launched in Japan in September. It is the most complete version of the sequel, with content from the PSP and Wii U versions not found in the original, as well as extras.
It also has the largest cast of any Warriors game to date, with characters from Samurai Warriors, Dynasty Warriors and Warriors: Legends of Troy; non-Warriors franchises including Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive, Atelier and Souls of Zill’Oll; Soul Calibur, which isn’t even a Tecmo Koei game; and Orochi-only characters from Japanese and Chinese mythology.