A couple of months back Toukiden 2 had a playable demo that let folks around in Japan test the game way ahead of its release. Now, the devs of Toukiden 2 have yet again another demo for players to test over in Japan on July 21st. As for the actual game, it will be available to play on July 28th for PS Vita, PS3 and PS4.
Catching wind from Famitsu, the source posted up a screenshot as seen below (although, the quality is pretty bad) in an attempt to promote the week away from release demo for Toukiden 2. Speaking of the official release, the game will be available to play over in Japan on July 28th across the PS Vita, PS3 and PS4, which is just seven days away from the demo’s release date of July 21st.
According to the Weekly Famitsu — and like some demos that allow for the same feature — all save data or progress from the demo will move over to the full version. This is pretty cool seeing how one now has the option to continue their journey from the demo, or start from scratch if they see fit.
Aside from that news, Koei Tecmo and Omega Force a few weeks back brought forth a slew of videos showing the game’s weapons and what players can expect from them in terms of battling a single crab-like creature. Revealing one battle over and over with different weapons is said to help show the consistency of the weapons’ scaling in the game. But seeing how the demos are out for folks to test, I think many fans will form their own opinions on each weapon based on testing and using them in the demo’s battles.
If you are interested in Toukiden 2, the second upcoming demo is set for July 21st, while the actual game will be available to play on July 28th for PS Vita, PS3 and PS4.