Sakura Wars for PS4 is finally available the world over on disc and as a digital download via the PS Store. The game sports a mix of visual novel and RPG elements along with real-time action, a first for the series. Along with its release comes multiple editions and DLC. Here’s what you need to know.

Sakura Wars Digital Deluxe Edition contents

  • Sakura Wars game
  • Legacy of Love Add-on Bundle: a pack of costumes and background music (BGM) paying tribute to: The Flower Division of the Imperial Combat Revue (Sakura Wars 1Sakura Wars 2: Thou Shalt Not Die), The Flower Division of the Paris Combat Revue (Sakura Wars 3: Is Paris Burning?), The Star Division of the New York Combat Revue (Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love)
  • Charming Accessories Add-on Bundle, which includes: Glasses Bundle, Dog Tail Accessory Bundle, and Angel Accessory Bundle
  • Swimsuit DLC Bundle
  • Imperial Combat Revue PS4 Dynamic Theme
  • Neko Ears Add-on Bundle

Sakura Wars Digital Standard Edition contents

  • Sakura Wars game
  • Imperial Combat Revue PS4 Dynamic Theme
  • Neko Ears Add-on Bundle

Sakura Wars PS4 physical launch edition

The Sakura Wars launch edition includes a reversible cover and sticker set as well as the game on disc.

Sakura Wars price

The Sakura Wars price is $60 for the physical launch edition and Digital Standard Edition (Rs. 3,499 in India). The Digital Deluxe Edition is $70 (Rs. 4,799 in India).

Much like recent Sega releases, you can purchase Sakura Wars’ DLC a la carte with pricing live on several PS Store regions right now.

Sakura Wars PS4 DLC price list

  • Swimsuit DLC Bundle – $6.99 on US PS Store, Rs. 582 on India PS Store
  • Legacy of Love Bundle – $9.99 on US PS Store, Rs. 832 on India PS Store
  • Charming Accessories Bundle – $4.99 on US PS Store, Rs. 582 on India PS Store
  • Deluxe Add-on Bundle (contains all of the above plus two static themes) – $19.99 on US PS Store, Rs. 1,664 on India PS Store

For what it’s worth, we found Sakura Wars to be a fresh take on the storied franchise. Check out our full review, as well as our explainer of Sakura Wars and tips and tricks to make the most of your time in 1940s Taisho era Tokyo.