Out now, Flying Wild Hog's latest is a cinematic action-adventure game heavily inspired by the legendary filmmaker's work.
Inspired by Akira Kurosawa films, the action-adventure title sees a young swordsman embarking on a journey of revenge for his loved ones.
Trek to Yomi's creative director Leonard Menchiari says the upcoming samurai action game is "a homage to Akira Kurosawa."
The cinematic action-adventure title is out tomorrow for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PC and PS5. It offers an estimated 4-6 hours of gameplay.
The upcoming samurai action game, published by Devolver Digital, is out for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox on May 5.
Dungeon crawler/puzzler Loot River is out today while Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising and This War of Mine: Final Cut launch on May 10th.
Regardless of which version of Flying Wild Hog's title that you pre-order, you'll get everything - including "Full Credits at the End."
"Once we receive the dev kits, we’ll start conducting more thorough tests," says Trek to Yomi game director Marcin Kryszpin.
Though Trek to Yomi's main story will be roughly five hours long, game director Marcin Kryszpin says players will have plenty of optional content to dive into.
Game director Marcin Kryszpin confirms to GamingBolt that the upcoming Trek to Yomi will run in 4K at 60 FPS on new-gen consoles.
Though Trek to Yomi is currently only announced for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, game director Marcin Kryszpin suggests a Switch version could also happen down the line.
Set in Edo-era Japan, the story focuses on a swordsman named Hiroki who vows to his dying master to protect his loved ones.
Trek to Yomi's director Marcin Kryszpin tells GamingBolt that the game's primary focus isn't on length, but on delivering a cinematic and story-driven experience.
Flying Wild Hog's action side-scroller sees a swordsman named Hiroki looking to protect his town after his master's death.
Flying Wild Hog and Devolver Digital's upcoming samurai adventure has resurfaced, and continues to look gorgeous.
The stylish and moody upcoming indie samurai title gets a gameplay trailer to set the stage for what to expect from it next year.
Microsoft has done the sensible thing (which it should have done long ago) and renamed its subscription service's PC variant to something that makes much more sense.
From Leonard Menchiari and developer Flying Wild Hog, this gorgeous sidescrolling game launches next year for PC and next-gen consoles.