Nioh 2 is one of the much-awaited action role-playing video game developed by Team Ninja. The sequel to Nioh (which was released in 2017) is all set to be released for the PlayStation 4 on March 13, 2020. The second instalment of Nioh will be published by Koei Tecmo in Japan and Sony Interactive Entertainment worldwide.
Looking at the humungous response to Nioh 1, the developer of the game had announced to bring to Nioh 2. And the launch date of Nioh 2 is nearing.
Here’s everything we know so far about Nioh 2
What Nioh 2 will be all about?
When it comes to the story Nioh 2, the game is likely to begin where Nioh was ended but it is not too much of a stretch suggesting that the game could go in a new direction entirely given that the story of the first game was clearly not specifically intended to be picked up at a later date.
Irrespective of the story of Nioh 2, the gamers have enough reasons to cheer as Team Ninja is all set to release Nioh 2 for PlayStation 4 this week.
Nioh 2 Release Date
As we have told you in the first paragraph, Nioh 2 will be released on March 13, 2020. Notably, the video game will exclusively be available for PlayStation 4.
Is there a trailer for Nioh 2?
Yes, the developers of Nioh 2 have already dropped the trailer of Nioh 2 and it seems to have given hits about its story. If you have not watched the trailer of Nioh2 yet, you can watch it below:
You can also the release date trailer for Nioh 2.:
This next gameplay preview from the closed alpha shows us an extended look at how much has changed and how much has stayed the same.
Nioh 2 Gameplay
like its prequel, Nioh 2 will also be an action role-playing game. Players are allowed to create their own playable character, who was a yōkai spirit. Players are equipped with a variety of weapons such as odachi and kusarigama and earn new skills as they progress in the game.
When you defeat a hostile yōkai, some of them may drop a “Soul Cores” allowing you to use yōkai abilities and transform into a yōkai after they are deposited in a shrine.
There is a location Nioh 2 called “Benevolent Graves”, players can summon at most two avatars of other players, controlled by artificial intelligence, to assist them in combat. The game also features a three-player cooperative multiplayer mode