Trek to Yomi continues to channel Ghost of Tsushima, and its launching this Spring

Trek to Yomi just got a brand new trailer with a Spring 2022 release window.

Earlier today on March 9, Devolver Digital debuted a new trailer for the samurai action epic Trek to Yomi at a PlayStation State of Play showcase. The trailer, which you can see for yourself just below, sets out the story of the new game developed by Flying Wild Hog, and crucially reveals the new release window of Spring 2020, meaning there shouldn’t be long to wait until we can play this for ourselves.

Chiefly, we get a good look at the set up of the story for Trek to Yomi. It appears our protagonist is sidelined and drawn away from their home village, during which a ruthless leader attacks and slaughters citizens while they’re gone. This leads our hero on a journey of revenge, which means cutting through swarms of bandits and other enemies in the process.

Trek to Yomi was first announced nearly a year ago. Back in June 2021, publisher Devolver Digital revealed the side-scrolling action game for launch on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox consoles alike. So don’t worry, although the new Trek to Yomi trailer showed up at a PlayStation-hosted event, it’s actually coming to PC and Xbox consoles as well.

Elsewhere in the new showcase, we saw two brand new action-RPGs from Square Enix (neither of which were Final Fantasy 16, unfortunately), and a new dinosaur-shooting IP from Capcom. We know that sounds a suspicious amount like Dino Crisis, but Capcom is letting the old series lie dormant, bringing us a brand new action-packed shooter instead.

Check out our upcoming PS5 games guide for a full look at all the other titles coming to Sony’s new-gen console.

About Fox

Check Also

UK government concerned by Microsofts Activision Blizzard acquisition

The UK government has indicated the Activision Blizzard acquisition by Microsoft could lead to “competition concerns.” That’s according to a new statement (opens in new tab), published earlier today on September 1 by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority, the government agency said it’s “concerned that Microsoft’s anticipated purchase of Activision Blizzard could substantially lessen …

Leave a Reply