Trek to Yomi has received some fortunate news as a result of today's ID@Xbox event. Trek to Yomi's release date has been pushed back from 2022 to spring 2022, according to the game's developer Flying Wild Hog.
Trek to Yomi Trailer
A new trailer, which was released during the webcast, served as the catalyst for the announcement.
Aside from showcasing the main character's sword skills, we also got to witness Hikori take use of the environment by cutting the rope leading to an elevated box. Additionally, he faced off against incendiary adversaries while they battled on a blazing bridge.
Trek to Yomi Release Date
Finally, the trailer concludes with the announcement of a spring 2022 release timeframe for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC platforms.
Take note of the Game Pass emblem, which indicates that Trek to Yomi will be available for purchase on the first day of release on the Game Pass.
Trek to Yomi was first unveiled during Devolver Digital's Max Pass Plus livestream in December of last year. The game, which is a 2D sidescroller, virtually oozes the look of a classic samurai film, with the game being displayed in black and white and all of the dialogue being spoken in Japanese.
Trek to Yomi Story
A similar plot to Ghost of Tsushima is told in this film, which follows in the footsteps of Sifu, which sells itself as an authentic kung fu movie experience with the addition of Mandarin subtitles recently.
Trek To Yomi is a role-playing game in which you take on the role of Kiroki, a young samurai tasked with defending his town as a result of his master's dying desire.
In the clip, it is clear that things do not go quite as planned, as the town is plainly on fire and samurai with terribly disfigured faces are shown running rampant.
Another creature brandishing what appears to be a glaive is a demon-like creature, which suggests that the game has a slightly spiritual bent to it.
Personally, I'm a huge fan of all of these great movie genres being re-imagined as video games. The Ghost of Tsushima, on the other hand, is hoping to complete the cycle with a live-action film version. Although no release date has been announced, director Chad Stahelski appears to be sure that we will see this film in the near future.