With Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate seemingly never getting a western release (it arrived in Japan Switch in late 2017), Omega Force and Koei Tecmo will fill that Dynasty Warriors-style gap with its much-anticipated sequel - Warriors Orochi 4.

The sandbox battles will include 170 playable characters from the Dynasty and Samurai Warriors universes, as well as the inaugural arrival of magical powers in the series. So now there are even more ways to beat up an entire crowd of spear-wielding enemies. Check out the game's new trailer below.

So the Japan-set battles of the Warriors Orochi series are finally coming to Nintendo Switch, and in 2018 no less. Let us know what you make of this new addition to the Switch family in the comments below...