Team Ninja’s upcoming Nioh 2 will have a brand new consumer demo at the Tokyo Game Show this September, and they have shared some screenshots as well. Here’s what else […]
Team Ninja’s upcoming Nioh 2 will have a brand new consumer demo at the Tokyo Game Show this September, and they have shared some screenshots as well.
Here’s what else Tom from Team Ninja had to say on Nioh 2 on the PlayStation Blog:
Hey folks! It’s Tom from Team Ninja to give you a quick update on Nioh 2. To kick things off, I’d like to share with you the latest key visual showcasing our new protagonist. As you may have been able to detect from the visual, our central character is a half-breed. He is part human as well as possessing the extraordinary power of the Yokai. As a samurai warrior, his journey takes us through the treacherous Sengoku period of Japan. And his transformation from human to fiend will take him deep into the Dark Realm of the Yokai. I promise you that this metamorphosis will be spectacular and result in some truly intense action.
I also wanted to thank you and briefly let you know that we had a really productive alpha demo session back in May/June of this year. Over 50,000 players took part in this closed demo worldwide and nearly 18,000 participants responded to our survey afterwards! The overwhelming majority of opinions were very positive and supportive of the demo as we received tons of comments and constructive feedback for us to analyze. And since then, we have been hard at work to process all of that data and make the necessary adjustments to create an even more exceptional experience. Thanks again to everyone who participated in the alpha demo survey. We can’t wait to share the progress with you guys!
Speaking of which, we will be showing off a brand new consumer demo at the Tokyo Game Show 2019 in September. I can’t really disclose the specifics at this point, but more details will definitely be coming down the pipe soon. So stay tuned Yokai hunters! And prepare to unleash your darkness as Nioh 2 is on the horizon!PlayStation.Blog
The game is looking really promising, and I think will shape up to be even better than its predecessor. I’m looking forward to what else gets shown at the Tokyo Game Show!