For the first time, a mainline Yo-kai Watch game is headed to a non-Nintendo console. At the 2019 Tokyo Game Show, Level-5 revealed a Yo-kai Watch 4 PlayStation 4 version. This announcement was accompanied by a new trailer for the game.
You can see the Yo-kai Watch 4 clip below. It spends 42 seconds looking at in-game footage. We get to see Nate Adams (aka Keita Amano) wandering around a full 3D version of the town. He rides on his bike, explores around the school, uncovers a Yo-kai, takes part in a fight. As a reminder, fights in Yo-kai Watch 4 now allow human characters to also participate.
Here is the Yo-kai Watch 4 PlayStation 4 trailer from TGS 2019.
Yo-kai Watch 4 is coming to the PlayStation 4 in Japan, though no release date has been announced. It is immediately available on the Nintendo Switch in Japan.