Toukiden 2 PS3/PS4/PS Vita Game Delayed to July
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website of Koei Tecmo's upcoming Toukiden 2 action game announced on Wednesday that the game has been delayed to July 28 in Japan. The game was originally slated for June 30. The announcement cites improvements to the game's quality as the reason for the delay.
A demo for the PlayStation 4 version of the game is currently available. A demo for the game's PlayStation Vita version will be available on May 24, and the PS4 demo will also receive an update on the same day.
Koei Tecmo previously streamed a teaser for the game in September.
In Toukiden 2, players will be able to explore an open world, where they will see the culture of the mononofu (called "slayers" in the English release of the original game) mixed with a medieval Japanese aesthetic. The game's combat system allows players to sever an enemy oni's limbs. The oni originate from another world that is slowly creeping into the world of the mononofu. Areas of the world will be covered with a miasma to limit player movement, but the world will slowly open up as the game progresses.
KOEI Tecmo games will release the game on the PS3, PS4, and PS Vita.
Koei Tecmo Games' Omega Force subsidiary (Warriors/Musou series) is developing the game.
Koei Tecmo Games released Toukiden: Kiwami in North America in March 2014 for the PS4 and PS Vita. The game is an enhanced version of the original Toukiden: The Age of Demons game. The game then received a PC release via Steam last June.