Nioh was a game that took everyone by surprise. It was a game that was well-received by the critics and players alike. The graphics, gameplay, combat, and story of this game were terrific. And now the game developers are back with the second part of Nioh. Like before, Team Ninja is giving PlayStation 4 owners early access to Nioh 2 as part of the closed alpha test. This alpha test will be running from 24 May to 2 June. The developers, Team Ninja, said in their tweet that this closed alpha is designed “to help gather feedback for the development.”
Also, Ninja Team said, “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.” If the development is similar to that of the first game, then there is an opportunity to playtest the sequel before it is officially released.
The Developers and Koie Tecmk offered the alpha and beta test demos for the Nioh and then implemented feedback from the players into the final game. Nioh 2 was revealed during E3 2018 with a teaser, and a new trailer was released on Wednesday which showed us the gameplay from the fantasy game and its character customization.
Nioh 2 Trailer – (Official Release Date Announcement)
What is ‘Nioh 2 Release Date?’
Nioh 2 is scheduled for release on 13th March 2020, although this can fluctuate as the previously rumored publishing date was 04th March 2020. As per now, we don’t have any release date news for Nioh 2 for PC players, but we can hope that it will be released sometime in 2020 as well. The first-ever Nioh game was released on Playstation 4 in February of 2017 and was later followed by a PC release in November 2017. So if we consider Nioh 2 should follow the same pattern.
Watch Nioh 2 Walkthrough
Parent company Sony is soon going to test a few games at Taipei Game Show this summer. TGS was first scheduled for this month that is Februrary 2020 but due to Coronavirus Outbreak and concerns, it has been pushed back until summer. Nioh 2 will be playable, not too surprising as Playstation 4 fans already got a free beta to try a while back and disclose many amazing features.