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Tokyo Game Show 2017 Day 3 News Roundup


Today we didn’t really hear too many new announcements but rather more trailers for games on the way, but there were a couple exceptions!

Just last month Sega released Yakuza Kiwami, a full remake of the original Yakuza game for the PlayStation 4. While it’s been out in Japan since 2016, its western release just happened, but already we saw a new gameplay trailer for Yakuza Kiwami 2, which is also a remake of the second Yakuza game. Check out the trailer below!

Tango Gameworks’ upcoming The Evil Within 2 also had a new gameplay trailer shown today. This trailer is actually pretty substantial clocking in at 24 minutes, showcasing Chapter 5 of the main story. If you don’t mind some spoilers, the trailer shows off new gameplay mechanics like the detection mechanic, new weapons and new horrifying yet fascinating creatures. The Evil Within 2 is launching in a couple weeks on October 17.

We’re on a horror roll here, so let’s keep the ball going with Resident Evil 7. The biggest and final DLC of the game “Not a Hero” will be launching when the gold edition of the game launches on December 12. Capcom showed off gameplay footage from the DLC for the first time today, so check out a first glimpse at Chris Redfield’s new chapter.

Lastly but definitely not least, Monster Hunter World showed off a new gameplay video of four hunters working together to take down Barroth, a brute wyvern with a penchant for mud. Barroth is a returning monster from the previous games, so his moves will seem familiar to veterans. He’s got a couple new tricks up his sleeve (tail?) so be on the lookout for new moves! As we reported before, Monster Hunter World has been confirmed for a worldwide release on January 26, 2018, with the PC version coming later. Hunters from around the world, prepare for the biggest hunt ever!

Tags : Monster Hunter WorldResident Evil 7The Evil Within 2Tokyo Game ShowYakuza Kiwami 2

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