'Nioh' Samurai Dark Souls Finally See Light Of Day: Koei Tecmo & Team Ninja Reveals Release of RPG On PS4

By Paige McClure , Updated Feb 07, 2017 05:11 PM EST
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"Nioh" is a new role playing game that is developed by the Japanese companies Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja. This is being released internationally by Sony Interactive Entertainment. After years of delays since the start of its development in 2004 for PS3, finally, the dark soul Samurai game will soon see the light of day on PlayStation 4 on February 9, 2017.

According to Gamespot, "Nioh" will showcase an array of Japanese's Samurai armors that will be used by the game players. The rule of the game is that the game player will steal the armors from its enemies who will be defeated in the course of the gameplay. The game player will take the role of the Western Samurai William Adams who will have to combat the yokai terrorists during the Sengoku-era of Japan.

Historically, it can be recalled that developers of "Nioh" had offered for free the Mark of the Conqueror DLC. This is a "come on" for those who will finish the test and will be interested in buying the final version of the game. A beta trial was launched until September of last year also as revealed by Stuff. Since then, there was no longer another beta test for the game.

The developers and publisher of "Nioh" have good news for those who have been part of the demo. Finally, after ten long years of development and testing, the game has now a release date on February 9, 2017. However, for the game players out there who are still not familiar with the game, it is best to be kept updated by checking on the game's promotion online. Otherwise, game players may stay tuned to Gamenguide to get updates of the game and the release date.

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