Like Nioh and Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, Team Ninja's upcoming action RPG will allow players to try its gameplay before launch.
The first expansion for Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, titled Trials of the Dragon King, is out now on all platforms. The expansion brings a new storyline, 3 new jobs, and a new weapon typ...
Players can finally take control of Jed, Ash, Neon or Sophia in single-player when Trials of the Dragon King launches tomorrow.
The upcoming DLC adds the Pilgrim, Evoker and Summoner as new playable Jobs, staves as a new weapon type, and more.
The first of three DLCs for the action RPG will add new stories, areas, challenges, equipment, accessories, and more.
Set near the Han Dynasty's end, Wo Long features faster combat than Nioh but is still "an extremely challenging and demanding game."
The dark fantasy action game tells a Chinese Three Kingdoms-inspired story. Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will also be available via Game Pass at launch.
Team Ninja's Hiroaki Morita says a new Dead or Alive game was being made by a small team before eventually getting cancelled.
Team Ninja and Square Enix's Soulslike Final Fantasy spinoff sold less than 50,000 units across PS5 and PS4 in its debut week in Japan.
PS4, Xbox One, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S players who pre-purchased digitally can play ahead of the game's worldwide launch on March 18th.
The action RPG will feature support for Nvidia's DLSS after launch, while the game will also support ultrawide resolution right out the gate.
After finishing the story, players can take on "harder difficulty levels" and unlock "higher levels for Jobs" along with earning stronger weapons.
Xbox, PC and PlayStation players won't be able to play together in Team Ninja's action RPG when it releases on March 18th.
It's coming to Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4 and PS5 with several new Jobs and enemy types. Support for three player co-op is also available.
The new demo could seemingly go live during the upcoming PlayStation State of Play. It offers support for transferring save data to the full game.
Team Ninja's action RPG releases on March 18th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC with pre-orders receiving early access.
If you're looking to experience the game's three paid expansions, you'll have to purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition or the Season Pass.
Additional missions will be included in Season Pass in the Digital Deluxe Edition, while those who pre-order the game digitally will get early access.
The upcoming action RPG will have a total of 27 jobs, including the likes of Thief, Ninja, Paladin, Dark Knight, Breaker, and more.
Team Ninja's hack and slash action RPG has sold and shipped more than 500,000 additional units worldwide since April 2021.