The world of Valkyria Revolution is inspired by the European Industrial Revolution era and focuses on a war of liberation between two vastly different nations. With this in mind, legendary composer Yasunori Mitsuda has created a score that reflects the classic feel of that era for the game. What better way to do this than to have the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra conduct a live concert-hall recording for the soundtrack? Plus, previous Mitsuda collaborator Sarah Àlainn, a multilingual Australian-Japanese singer with a voice spanning over 3 octaves, lends her hauntingly beautiful voice to a of couple tracks.

Watch the new video below and learn more about Mitsuda’s creative process!

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Oh, and digital pre-orders for the game are now live for PlayStation®4 and Xbox One! Joining the elite Vanargand unit is a huge honor and those who pick the digital pre-order route will be gifted with a few extra items to help in the good fight. In Europe prospective recruits will receive The Formation of Vanargand and The Ring of Contract DLC Scenarios, 30 ragnite shards, and a collection of special ragnite to use in combat (Time Flux+, Heal Field+ and Fall Earth+).

PlayStation®4 owners who digitally pre-order Valkyria Revolution will also get an exclusive “The Princess and the Valkyria” theme to display proudly. Check out Brunhilde and Princess Ophelia in all their glory below!