A Pulled Tokyo Game Show 2019 Trailer Provides An Early 2020 Nioh 2 Release Window

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Nioh 2 has a release window. A Tokyo Game Show 2019 trailer was temporarily uploaded that said it would be coming to the PlayStation 4 in 2020. It has since been pulled. (Thanks, Wario64!)

 

Here is a mirror of the pulled Nioh 2 TGS 2019 trailer. In addition to the release window, it also shows in-game footage, some cinematics, and offers a look at some of the characters and yokai we will meet and face.

 

 

Earlier, a new demo was confirmed for TGS 2019 and screenshots were shared. We also know it will be a part of Koei Tecmo’s lineup, alongside games like Atelier Ryza.  

 

Nioh 2 will come to the PlayStation 4 in 2020.


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