The first paid DLC includes a new weapon type, enemies, stages and difficulty level, with even more details coming "soon."
It also adds an option to keep Battle Flag and Marking Flag progress when returning to previous Battlefields while unlocking all shortcuts.
It launched on day one for Game Pass and has surpassed 3.8 million players. Team Ninja is "hard at work" on updates and story DLC.
Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End and the Secret Key sold over 290,000 units, while Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse sold 120,000.
Inner Discipline will prevent a player's Morale Rank from rising past a certain point, thus increasing the overall challenge.
Zhang Liang should now be less of a threat, and higher rarity items from enemies with higher Morale Ranks should drop more often.
"The Tiger's Loyal Subjects" Sub Battlefield has received some difficulty adjustments, while mouse camera controls have improved on PC.
The Soulslike action RPG sold over 47,000 physical units in Japan last week, well below what the Nioh games managed upon launch.
Progression blockers, bugs, crashes and an issue that used the wrong GPU in select environments on PC have also been fixed.
The Soulslike action RPG has enjoyed a much greater engagement on Steam than Team Ninja's Nioh games.
The action RPG from the team behind Nioh is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC. It's also playable on Game Pass.
Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja's highly anticipated Soulslike action RPG launches early next month for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Koei Tecmo has also revealed details on the game's pre-order and early purchases bonuses, as well as a steelbook edition.
Microsoft has unveiled the lineup of games that will be added to its subscription service as part of February's second wave of games.
Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo's upcoming Souslike action RPG can now be pre-loaded on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.
Team Ninja has clarified that you can't always play at low or zero Morale, and it needs to be increased to unlock Wizardry in every mission.
Nvidia DLSS and Intel XeSS support are coming in a post-launch update. Valve's Steam Deck also isn't supported at launch.
The frame rate and performance for current-gen consoles vary based on the graphics mode. Previous-gen consoles run at 30 FPS.
An Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 (12 GB) is required to run the upcoming action RPG at 2160p/60 FPS but at Standard graphics quality.
Players can transfer progress from the demo to the game. Clearing it will also unlock the "Crouching Dragon Helmet" DLC.
The Elixir is a major plot point in the action RPG which launches on March 3rd for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
The 17-minute gameplay video highlights Hulaoguan Pass, which has a diverse range of challenging enemies and a tough boss fight.
Ahead of its launch on March 3rd, check out some more combat and exploration from Team Ninja's upcoming masocore action RPG.
A preview of an early build also indicates 30 FPS and 60 FPS frame rate caps, HDR, DualSense support with haptic feedback, and more.
Along with the fall of the Han Empire, players must battle a mysterious foe that seeks an Elixir that could grant immortality.
As a bull creature with tentacles, Aoye is an early boss fight that players will encounter when the game launches on March 3rd.
Along with the sword, dual swords, glaive, and bow and arrow, players can also use a staff, poleaxe, spear, and straight sabre.
Team Ninja's Soulslike action RPG seems to be on track to release on March 3 for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Check out 10 minutes of gameplay from upcoming fast-paced action game Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, featuring combat, exploration, and plenty of weapons.
The first DLC, Battle of Zhongyuan, releases in June 2023. Various armor sets are available as pre-order and pre-purchase bonuses.
With the removal of the stamina bar and the added ability to jump at any time, Wo Long's combat will be much more dynamic.
Team Ninja isn't sure whether DLSS support will be available at launch, like with Nioh 2, or implemented later with a patch.
"We wanted to give players the feel of a much bigger location, with huge vistas, unique landscapes, and massive castles," says Team Ninja.
However, Team Ninja doesn't have another demo planned en route to the game's launch on March 3rd, 2023, for consoles and PC.
The hack and slash title is out on March 3rd, 2023, for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC. It will also be available on Game Pass.
Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo's Soulslike action RPG will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, and via Game Pass at launch.
"We’re giving players their own ways to tackle all these things. That’s important to Wo Long’s game design," said Team Ninja's Masaaki Yamagiwa.
Two boss fights - Lu Bu and Zhang Liang - are also showcased along with Morale, exploration, and much more, as the demo is now live.
The demo will be available from today until September 25 only on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, and will be followed by a survey.
Tokyo Game Show 2022 attendees can try out five different play styles and weapons in the demo, along with the new Morale mechanic.
Instead of one big interconnected map, levels will exist as independent sections. Various routes and secrets can be discovered, though.
It also features a Morale ranking system, which affects the difficulty of enemies, and Divine Beasts that can be summoned in combat.
A Special Program airs on September 16th, showcasing live gameplay from Team Ninja's action title and announcing a new title from Gust.
Team Ninja's next big game releases in early 2023 for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and PC with a gameplay trial out in the "near future."
Like Nioh and Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, Team Ninja's upcoming action RPG will allow players to try its gameplay before launch.
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 next game will be based on a 14th century novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms and will be published by Koei Tecmo.
Masaaki Yamagiwa has joined the studio known for Ninja Gaiden and Nioh, currently at work on Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin.