Valkyria Chronicles is coming to Nintendo Switch on 16th October, 2018.
Announcing the release date at its PAX West panel (thanks, Siliconera), Sega confirmed the port would drop in the Americas and Europe at the same time, a few weeks after the game is released in Japan on 27th September.
Right now it appears the strategy RPG will only be available digitally via Nintendo's eShop, but if you've already got plans to pick up Valkyria Chronicles 4 - which is available from 25th September - you'll be able to pick up the Switch port for 25 percent off the retail price.
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 £14.99 / €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.
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.
Watercolour war game Valkyria Chronicles will be splattered with additional content this Thursday, 25th February.
SEGA will offer the three DLC packs for Valkyria Chronicles next Thursday, 16th April.
SEGA has announced that it's to release three packs of downloadable content for Valkyria Chronicles, its PS3 tactical RPG.
Valkyria Chronicles is to get two downloadable content packs early next year in the form of an Extra Hard Skirmish mode and an all-new mission.
SEGA will be releasing Valkyria Chronicles on 31st October, a fortnight earlier than expected.
SEGA plans to release Valkyria Chronicles exclusively on PS3 from 14th November.
But fans eagerly awaiting the attractive title need only wait until next Thursday 9th October for a demo, which will offer up a couple of early levels to sample.
Valkyria Chronicles is an action strategy game set in a fictitious 1930s Europe on the brink of war. Surprise.
SEGA has announced solid release dates for upcoming titles including Samba de Amigo and Valkyria Chronicles.
Sony has backed up its commitment to PSP by unveiling several new titles during its E3 press conference.
SEGA is currently targeting 28th March for the release of Condemned 2: Bloodshot on PS3 and 360, and has also updated dates for Samba de Amigo on Wii and others.
SEGA has said it will be bringing gorgeous PS3-exclusive Valkyria Chronicles to the West this autumn.
You might know it as Valkyrie of the Battlefield, and you also may have seen it on Eurogamer TV, parading around as a cel-shaded role-playing strategy game.
More specifically it's built on a new Canvas engine, and is said to look like a watercolour painting in motion. It also has a funny Blitz battle system where you can move and attack freely despite being a tactical RPG affair.