Rise of the Ronin: PS5 Exclusive & Open World RPG in Japan

Rise of the Ronin is one of the most exciting games that last night on the State of Play were revealed. The title has been in development for seven years, is based on an open world in Japan and appears exclusively for the PS5.

Rise of the Ronin looks extremely promising in the first trailer

That’s what it’s about: Do you have Ghost of Tsushima Played through 17 times and longing for more open world action with a Japan setting? Then Rise of the Ronin could be just the thing for you.

The hard facts: “Rise of the Ronin” is supposed to be an open world game in the genre of action RPGs. In addition, it lures with a setting in Japan at the Bakumatsu period, i.e. the end of the Edo or Tokugawa period.

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It will also be exclusive to PS5. However, there is no exact date for this yet.

The temporal setting meansthat in Rise of the Ronin we see the end of an era in which the Western colonial powers more and more influence to win. At the same time diseases spread and it there is civil war between the Tokugawa shogunate and the anti-shogunate factions – a turbulent and dark time.

Here you can already get the Rise of the Ronin announcement trailer look at:

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Wild period and mix: One of the special things about this time and the setting is the cultural clash. This leads, for example, to the fact that in “Rise of the Ronin” we not only in sword fighting compete against our enemies, but in close combat also firearms be mixed in.

Those responsible want stop at nothing:

Combining all the skills and knowledge we’ve learned over the years, this time we want to take it to a new level and comprehensively portray the most serious revolution in the history of Japan, including the darkest and ugliest chapters that many dread.

This is undoubtedly the most ambitious and challenging project for Team Ninja Studio to date. But our experience with samurai and ninja action games will accompany and guide us on this journey.

(Source: PlayStation Blog)

From Team Ninja: The development studio Team Ninja is behind “Rise of the Ronin”. Dead or Alive 6 as well as “Nioh”, Nioh 2 and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin have bestowed.

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How do you like the trailer? Do you fancy it? What do you expect from Rise of the Ronin?