Developer Lince Works has announced a September release date for their upcoming stealth action title Aragami 2 alongside a hefty new gameplay trailer.
In this title, players will face off against the invading Akatsuchi Empire that seeks to destroy the Rashomon Valley. To combat these invaders, the Aragami unite as a clan to defend their home and each other. The shadows are the primary tool they utilize to aid their cause.
You can read the general advertised features of this upcoming title below:
- A full campaign that can be completed solo or with up to 3 players in co-op
- Weapon and armor customization
- A wide variety of abilities, shadow powers, and special equipment
The original Aragami was a cult classic thanks to its strong usages of stealth-focused gameplay. Its inspirations of beloved ninja titles like Tenchu only enhanced the quality of the lore and world it presents. New strategic combat, enhanced stealth mechanics, and a gripping narrative that can be experienced solo or co-op await players.
David León, the Game Director of Lince Works, had this to say regarding the recently revealed news of Argami 2:
“We’ve grown a lot since working on the original game and, as a larger studio, we have an opportunity to realize all the full potential of Aragami with this sequel. One of the things that we are truly excited about is the new combat system which not only gives existing fans a new way to play but welcoming new players with a more intense gameplay experience in Aragami 2.”
You can view the newly revealed gameplay trailer for Aragami 2 below:
Aragami 2 is launching digitally for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam on September 17, 2021. Pre-orders for the Steam version are available with a 15% discount that lasts before release. Pre-orders for the other platforms will be available soon.
For those who desire physical copies, retail partner Merge Games will be launching those for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X in Europe on September 17, 2021, and September 21, 2021, in North America.
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