May 27, 2022

Trek to Yomi an Alternative to Ghost of Tsushima?

Warning! Not for the faint hearted! Contains violent combat with blood and beheading!

Trek to Yomi is a new side-scrolling samurai game from publisher Devolver Digital and developers
Leonard Menchiari, Flying Wild Hog. Breath taking camera angles and striking visuals in the spirit of classic samurai film create a true cinematic experience.

As a vow to his dying Master, the young swordsman Hiroki is sworn to protect his town and the people he loves against all threats. Faced with tragedy and bound to duty, the lone samurai must voyage beyond life and death to confront himself and decide his path forward.

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Full Trailer (may not be suitable for children)

Engage vicious swordsmen and supernatural beings with a streamlined combat system based around the traditional weapons of the samurai.

Experience an enthralling story of Hiroki during his fall against the forces of evil. Share in his heroic return to make good on his failed promise to save the people he swore to protect.

With its themes of revenge and samurai-inspired combat, Trek To Yomi is already being compared to Ghost of Tsushima, although it seems Devolver knew this would happen as it actually linked Sony’s exclusive samurai title to the game’s trailer on YouTube.

At the time of writing there is no release date. It will be released on PC, Xbox Series S/X and PlayStation 5 at some point, probably in 2022. Make sure you are following Any Button Gaming across the socials to ensure that you do not miss out on future updates about this game and many others.

Source: Steam TrektoYomi

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