Nioh 2 for PS4: Alpha Test Coming this May 24 to June 2

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Nioh 2

PlayStation 4™ – US & EU


It’s been a while since the last update for Team Ninja‘s Nioh 2 from Sony’s E3 2018 Conference. Now, the game developer Team Ninja is breaking the silence by giving us a new update especially for those who are waiting for this upcoming action RPG exclusively for PlayStation 4.

Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja will hold a closed alpha test set to the select PS4 users as early access for Nioh 2. This alpha test will run from May 24th up to June 2nd. According to Team Ninja on Twitter, “To ensure the team can manage the feedback, there are no plans to expand the alpha at the moment, but please keep an eye on our channels for more info in the future.”

Check out the official tweet and the closed alpha test trailer below.

Nioh 2 was first announced in E3 2018 at Sony E3 Conference. The first sequel, Nioh, is an action RPG developed by Team Ninja and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. For the brief overview of the first sequel, William, the Western samurai, forms an alliance with Tokugawa Ieyasu and with his ninja servant Hattori Hanzo to kill all the yokai infesting and human enemies in Japan. The alliance crosses paths with numerous historical figures in Sengoku period including the rivals and the allies of his alliance.

According to Fumihiko Yasuda, the game director from Team Ninja in his appearance at PlayStation Live stream last E3 2018, Nioh 2 will include a character customization system.

 Nioh 2, Nioh, PS4, PlayStation 4, Team Ninja, US, Europe, update, alpha test

Nioh 2 is still under development for PlayStation 4. We’ll update once more info have been released from the game developer and the game publisher in the future. However, this upcoming action RPG is open for pre-order here at Playasia for the US and EU version. Click the button below to pre-order yours now!


Read more about Nioh here.

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