The black-and-white samurai game largely inspired by Kurosawa films reveals its launch date with a long video.
For those who missed our preview of Trek to Yomi, we encourage you to fix your mistake to see all the good things we think about it.
In the meantime, the Polish studio Flying Wild Hog (Shadow Warrior, Evil West) seems to be coming to the end of its development phase since the opening of preorders and the release of the game on May 5, 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Game Pass, have just been announced.
For the occasion, Devolver Digital shared fifteen minutes of gameplay taken from the second chapter of the game, which makes it possible to get an even clearer idea of what looks like a cinematic journey through feudal Japan.
Like Ghost of Tsushima, this one is in the vein ofAkira Kurosawa and other great Japanese classics on the bushidoand opts for this for 3D isometric and pictures in black and white Of the nicest effect.
As a reminder, this action game, which we owe to Leonard Menchiari (The Eternal Castle, Riot), takes us on the Hiroki’s Crusade who swore to his dying master to defend his village and its people at all costs, including beyond death.