Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate
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.
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.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
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.
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.
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.
If anything, Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate has opened my mind to musou games and I am really looking forward to going back to Dragon Quest Heroes, taking my first stab at Hyrule Warriors, and keeping a close eye on Persona 5 Scramble.
If you’re a hardcore fan who wants to do every last possible mission, level up every character and hasn’t already had their fill with the base game then it’s definetly worth the asking price for the Ultimate upgrade.
If you’re a fan and you haven’t already bought this, it is a worthwhile purchase. If you are more casually interested in Warriors stuff, maybe wait for a sale….but still get it. It won’t disappoint you with many more hours of mook-smooshing fun.
The Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is definitely one of best if not THE best Mousseau in the Warriors series. Gameplay to its fullest, at least in terms of the detail and enjoyment it has to offer, and the only obstacles are its roadblocks, bad artificial intelligence, and identical design stages. The new modes added to the game may not bring the best of the changes, but they certainly double the value of the experience. The narrative of the most recent sequel to the Orochi Warriors series has inherited some of the family's perpetual stereotype, but its narrative intelligence, especially in Greek mythology, shows its superiority over other sequels. If you fancy a "Brotherhood" game like the new one or a new version of the popular Warriors series, you should definitely try it.
Review in Persian | Read full review
There is quite frankly an overwhelming amount of content in Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate – while those upgrading from the base game may find it difficult to justify the cost outside of Infinity Mode, there’s no question that anybody tossing up between the base Orochi 4 and Ultimate at this point should absolutely go with the latter.