PS4 Exclusive NiOh Gets Gorgeous New Trailer in 4K Resolution Starring the Beautiful Okatsu

NiOh's beautiful and mysterious Kunoichi appears in front of Protagonist William Adams, but her greeting isn't all that gentle.

on January 10, 2017 12:23 AM

Today Koei Tecmo revealed a brand new trailer of the upcoming PS4 exclusive NiOh.

The trailer, presented in super-crisp 4K resolution, features a cutscene in which protagonist William Adams meets the beautiful female ninja Okatsu.

Interestingly, Okatsu appears to know how to speak English, as she addresses William in his own languages with a few rather scathing remarks. This is quite peculiar, and definitely makes her character more interesting.

Her remarks are not surprising, as she is driven by a strong hate towards the samurai class. Dedicated Koei Tecmo fans will probably be familiar with her, as she appeared in several games by the publisher, starting with the 2000 PlayStation 2 classic Kessen.

NiOh will release in North America on February 7th, 2017, exclusively for PS4, published directly by Sony Interactive Entertainment. European gamers will have to wait a bit longer, as the game will release in the old continent on February 8th. Japanese gamers  will get the game last, on February 9th.

This is the second time Koei Tecmo publishes a trailer featuring a cutscene in 4K resolution, and you can enjoy the other one here. If you want to see more of the game, you can also watch the recording of a recent livestream, showcasing the Kijo boss, the Futamata stage and more.

You can check out the trailer below.

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