UPDATE: New details have emerged on Sega's all-new Valkyria title, with a report on My Game News Flash being handily translated by Kotaku.
The new game is officially called Valkyria: Azure Revolution, and is considered a different series within the Valkyria universe to the three existing Valkyria Chronicles games.
Valkyria: Azure Revolution will still be an RPG with strategy elements, and it will introduce real-time combat elements as players take on the Valkyria Brynhildr, with the new game's protagonist named as Amleth. Media.Vision, who developed the third title in the Chronicles series, is behind Valkyria: Azure Revolution, which is set for release next autumn in Japan. We still await news whether we'll see it over in the west.
UPDATE 30/10/2014 5.13pm: The PC port of Valkyria Chronicles will be released on 11th November on Steam for ú14.99 / €19.99 / $19.99.
Pre-orders are 10 per cent off.
Additionally, the PC version of Valkyria Chronicles will include all the DLC from the PS3 version, such as Hard EX Mode, Edy's Enter the Edy Detachment mission, Selveria's Behind Her Blue Flame mission, and the six challenge missions Edy Detachment.
Tactical RPG Valkyria Chronicles 3 will not see a release in Europe or North America, publisher Sega has confirmed.
The strategic PlayStation Portable role-player will stay in Japan where the PSP is more popular, according to Sega's console sales manager Hiroshi Seno.
Seno also said a lack of Western sales for Valkyria Chronicles 2 meant Sega could not justify VC3 translation costs, Gamespot reports.
SEGA may plan to unveil Valkyria Chronicles 3 at the Tokyo Games Show 2010 this weekend.
A new domain registration by SEGA suggests a third instalment in the Valkyria Chronicles series is in development.
SEGA has announced that it will release exclusive add-on missions for Valkyria Chronicles II as an incentive for pre-ordering the strategy RPG.
In an interview with the PlayStation blog, SEGA has confirmed that the PSP sequel to its tactical PS3 RPG Valkyria Chronicles will feature ad-hoc multiplayer modes.
SEGA has announced that PSP sequel Valkyria Chronicles II will head West next summer. The tactical, watercolour-style RPG launches in Japan this winter.
SEGA has decided to put a Valkyria Chronicles sequel on PSP, and not PS3 where the original was born.
Dubbed Valkyria Chronicles 2: The Gallia Royal Military Academy, the sequel takes place in 1937 and follows cadets from said Academy as they try to suppress an insurrection in Gallia, according to Famitsu (and Kotaku),
Valkyria Chronicles presents an alternate reality of World War II, of course - as fans of the PS3 game will know. But in this war, battles areávibrant, turn-based, strategic (if only the real Generals had known) and played out in a pleasant watercolour-cum-comic-book way.