Sakura Revolution (aka Sakura Kakumei), the new Sakura Wars-based cell recreation from the builders of Fate/Grand Order, is nearing its 2020 launch window, and Sega is about to set its promotional efforts absolutely into movement. And the first step to doing that’s asserting a future announcement through the recreation’s newest trailer. Airing throughout Sega’s Tokyo Game Show 2020 on-line stream, the new trailer blends artwork from the recreation with clips from its animated prologue. Above all of it is the voice of Shino Sakura, the recreation’s lead heroine and future member of the Imperial Combat Revue.

The voiceover additionally shortly summarized the premise of Sakura Revolution and Shino’s backstory. Taking place far previous Sakura Wars’ alternate-1920s time interval, Shino grew up on the distant island of Aogashima, the place she idolized her mom, a star in the Imperial Opera Troupe. Due to a catastrophe 16 years in the past that ruined a lot of Tokyo, the stage her mom as soon as shined on is now occupied by others (presumably the idols of B.L.A.C.Ok., a rival faction in the recreation). But Shino nonetheless needs to face there, shining in the highlight. To that finish, she’ll make her option to Tokyo and to new adventures and friendships.

The video takes the format of an anime-style next-episode preview, a framing system used typically in the primary Sakura Wars video games. In this case, Sakura Revolution makes use of its stinger to disclose an the first episode of the promotional stream “Aogashima Command Center Communiqué.” Scheduled for October 9, 2020, the broadcast is titled “Its Name Is The Great Imperial Combat Revue,” implying that the occasion might reveal extra particulars about the factions and characters of the recreation world.

Pre-registration can also be open for the recreation on Japanese app shops. No worldwide launch info was revealed.

Sakura Revolution is due for Android and iOS gadgets someday in 2020. Check out the first gameplay trailers and the full 24-minute animated prologue in our earlier report.