Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is ranked in the 45th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.

Critic Reviews

Unscored
Feb 17, 2020

It’s an easy sell for brand new players, but I think only the most hardcore of Warriors fans will feel like the price-tag of the DLC update is worth it for Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate.

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80 / 100
Feb 14, 2020

Be warned, Musou fans: if you try Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate your time will be sucked into an endless pit: more characters, a new ending, and more modes, weapons, magic and challenges, but with all the known problems: it's very similar to WO4 and it tends to be a little bit repetitive soon.

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7 / 10
Feb 14, 2020

For newcomers, Warriors Orochi 4 now gets a recommendation. For existing fans, you'll have to weigh up whether the additions are enough to pull you back in.

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6 / 10
Feb 16, 2020

Warriors Orochi 4 was a solid, if uninspired, Musou game and this 'Ultimate' edition fleshes things out with some new characters and modes, significantly beefs up the story and tweaks the central gameplay here and there. However, the additions that have been made sometimes feel like the least amount of effort that was possible.

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4.15 / 5.0
Feb 16, 2020

In the end, Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate corrects the issue a number of fans had with the original, in one of the worst ways possible.

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7.5 / 10.0
Mar 23, 2020

Warriors Orochi IV Ultimate is so big and messy that I would never recommend it as an introduction to Mosou-style gaming. If, however, you beat Fire Emblem Warriors or Hyrule Warriors and thought, "Wait…that can't be it," you will not draw the same conclusion here. Not by a longshot.

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3.5 / 5.0
Feb 25, 2020

Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate takes a great musou game and expands it.

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8 / 10.0
Feb 22, 2020

Loud, colourful, and chaotic. Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is a more than worthy addition to the long-running, entertaining franchise.

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7 / 10.0
Feb 14, 2020

Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is the best and most complete version of the latest Koei crossover series incarnation.

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7 / 10.0
Apr 23, 2020

Reaching the climax in entertainment has been one of the main goals of the development team, and the team has reached this goal very well in this title. If you are a fan of the series, you will easily get along with the weaknesses of this game. Even if you are new to the series, do not worry about the negative points of the game and enjoy its action

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6 / 10.0
Mar 3, 2020

Players who had previously purchased the base game could upgrade to the Ultimate edition through DLC for a price. Newcomers, on the other hand, will now only be available to purchase the game as Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate. For those getting into the series, the Ultimate edition is easily the definitive way to experience the game. To those who already owned the base game however, your money is best spent elsewhere.

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90 / 100
Feb 27, 2020

Despite the high price tag, Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate brings a good amount of content with great additions to a game that was already pretty good by itself, being even more recommended for newcomers.

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70 / 100
Feb 26, 2020

At this point, you are most likely either in or out when it comes to the series. Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is a fun Warriors game, but won't change your mind on the genre.

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Feb 19, 2020

I'm in a difficult spot with Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate. On the one hand, the base game itself is so good, and the extra stuff doesn't mess with that. On the other hand, the extra stuff doesn't do much for the overall experience.

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4 / 10.0
Mar 18, 2020

In the end, Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is a mediocre Musou title. The action of wiping out giant hordes of enemies is exhilarating at first and the gameplay is rather polished but unfortunately, that's all there is to it and there's no feeling of escalation.

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80 / 100
Jan 18, 2020

The gameplay feels a bit old-school, but it keeps the exclusive aspect of a 'mass scale' action genre which will occupy your precisions in control.

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7.8 / 10.0
Mar 4, 2020

Yes, Warrior's Orochi 4 Ultimate sticks to its principles. You shred your way through masses of enemy hordes and get an increasingly strong troop. The game principle is clear and simple. The total package brings a lot of features that were necessary. Especially the aspect that you can now exchange the holy treasures is something I wanted. The story around Gaia and Hades brings new life into the otherwise boring plot. If you haven't bought Warrior's Orochi 4 yet and you have a preference for the genre, you can confidently go for the Ultimate version.

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May 5, 2020

A few other bells and whistles have been added her as well. Such as the ability to swap sacred treasures between characters and some UI improvements. If you have the original game I have a hard time recommending Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate as an upgrade at the $39.99 price tag. Just seems a bit steep to me for what’s here. If you haven’t picked the game up yet in its original form and want a robust Musou game with over 170 characters to choose from, then this would likely be your cup of tea. It will set you back the full price of $59.99, but with the new features this version offers I feel like this is a much more compelling package.

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Unscored
Feb 14, 2020

Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is a notable upgrade of its predecessor. It is the musou you need, if you want discharge adrenalin because this game have more of 100 heroes and many techniques to kill a thousand of thousand enemies.

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7 / 10.0
Mar 16, 2020

Overall, I really enjoyed Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate. There’s something satisfying about mindlessly mowing down thousands of soldiers and then using a variety of skills to bring down more difficult enemies. The story isn’t the most amazing thing in the world, but I feel like the gameplay more than makes up for it and the sheer amount of content in the game makes it worth the price, despite it admittedly being a bit high.

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