PS4 Exclusive NiOh “Last Chance Trial” Demo Pre-Download Now Available in North America and Europe

NiOh's last demo is now available for pre-download on both the North American and European PlayStation Stores.

on January 18, 2017 11:28 AM

Earlier this morning, Koei Tecmo announced NiOh’s “Final Demo” for Japan, but luckily North America and Europe are getting it as well, and the pre-download has just been made available.

You can find it here on the North American PlayStation Store, and here on the European PlayStation Store.

The demo weighs a whopping 7.48 gigabytes, and below you can find out a couple of screenshots shared in the European PlayStation Store page.

The reason for the implementation of a pre-download is that the demo will be available only for two days. In fact, you won’t be able to play it today, as it’ll unlock on 12:00 AM on January 21st, and will be deactivated on 11:59PM on January 22nd, running exactly for two days. Afterwards, like all NiOh demos we had so far, it won’t be playable anymore.

The demo is set mostly on the recently-released Futamata stage of the game, and will include several missions, with single player and multiplayer available. It’ll be the last chance for players to try the game before its launch.

If you want to see the Futamata stage before the demo becomes playable, you can check out a video here, and a batch of lovely screenshots here.

NiOh will release in North America on February 7th, published directly by Sony Interactive Entertainment. European gamers will have to wait one day longer until February 8th, while Japanese gamers  will get the game last, on February 9th.

 /  Executive News Editor
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