Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story

Spike Chunsoft and Acquire have discharged another trailer for their up and coming game Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story. Katana Kami is a side project of Way of the Samurai, which was at first discharged on the PlayStation 2 in both Japan and North America in 2002.


In Katana Kami, players assume the job of a samurai moved to another land. In Japan, there was a metalworker who joyfully lived with his little girl. Notwithstanding, the metal forger was horrendous with cash, and in the end, that obligation returns to gather their duty. The strange samurai attempts to spare a metal forger’s girl, who was abducted to reimburse his obligation.


Katana Kami utilizes Japanese-style swordplay for its activity RPG components. Players can face extreme conflicts in various prisons on the planet. Players need to win cash to take care of the metalworker’s obligation. The legend will gather swords and different materials in various cells that consistently change. The cells are naturally produced and change each time the legend enters them. Players can enter a similar cell on numerous occasions and will consistently have another experience. The smithy needs to construct and sell weapons from the materials that the saint gathers. He starts with little to sell yet can in the long run bloom his business into a fruitful undertaking.


The game has a solitary player and online mode for community, however just two players can play together on the web. The game is now accessible for pre-request in Japan and accompanies two diverse early DLC sets for swords and defensive layer. The DLC will be accessible free upon discharge. Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story Releases New Gameplay Trailer


The game has gotten it’s Japanese game rating, CERO Z, which means it’s just for players age 18 and more established. Shockingly, the game got a rating in Australia prior a year ago, so gamers accepted that the game may be discharged outside of Japan.


Sadly, the title is never again accessible on the Australian Classification site. It’s obscure if the game will be discharged outside of Japan now, yet fanatics of the Way of the Samurai arrangement who need to see it proceeded with should sit tight for authentic news from Spike Chunsoft and AcquireKatana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story will be discharged in Japan for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC on February 20.