The King has returned
We are home. Team Ninja has split its first real gameplay recording into Nioh 2 before E3 2019, and I can't properly express how to go hunting again. I have forgotten how fast and reckless Nioh 's fight can be when you do not abuse Sloth Talismans. In fact, the sequel looks even faster .
You will have to see this several times to suck everything in. Also, if you forget (which I did until now) Nioh 2 uses a character creates instead of the former protagonist William. The idea of having to be trained with him or otherwise skirmish scares me a lot.
In addition to the new trailer, Team Ninja has set the date for a very limited sound Nioh 2 closed alpha on PS4. It will run from May 24 to June 2, and "some" users will be invited to share their feedback.
Some PS4 users are invited to join the closed alpha Nioh 2 to help gather feedback for the development. To make sure the team can handle the feedback, there are no plans to expand the alpha at the moment, but watch our channels for more info in the future. pic.twitter.com/hS1l0rHLFa
– Team NINJA (@TeamNINJAStudio) May 22, 2019
Considering how useful the original beta was in getting Nioh For the first time, I hope the sequel will not just keep a single alpha test and pack things up for launch (when it ends). The series is, of course, more of a known amount at this time, but still. Balancing!
Whatever, let's enjoy the full bonker's recording. I took a lot of screengrabs.
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People you can call your own personal skeleton bows bodyguards. Video games are good.
One of the greatest complaints about Nioh was that it lacked enough unique enemies to match the vast breadth of things to do in the game. In the end, you've figured out how to deal with most threats, and it just became a matter of keeping you cool and remembering the basics that you gave yourself about Japan to find better, shimmering gear. I feel hoped that Team Ninja took notes. See you soon.
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