Koei Tecmo trademarks Warriors All-Stars in Europe

Musou Stars localization to be announced soon?

Warriors All-Stars

Koei Tecmo has trademarked “Warriors All-Stars” in Europe.

The name is likely the localized title of Musou Stars, which launched for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on March 30. The crossover action game brings together 30 characters from across Koei Tecmo’s game franchises, including Zhao Yun from Dynasty Warriors, Sophie from Atelier Sophie, Yukimura Sanada from Samurai Warriors, Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden, William from Nioh, and more.

Koei Tecmo has yet to announce plans to release Musou Stars outside Japan.

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