God Wars: Future Past first character trailer

Introducing Kaguya, Kinaro, Kuma, and more.

God Wars: Future Past

NIS America has released the first in a series of trailers introducing the characters of God Wars: Future Past.

The trailer introduces Kaguya, the third daughter of Queen Tsukuyomi of Fuji; Kinaro and the Myriad God, Kuma, who join Kaguya on her journey, and are partners with a strong bond and her trusted allies; Sakuya, Kaguya’s older sister, who was sacrificed to the Myriad Gods; Tsukuyomi, the Queen of Fuji, and the mother of Kaguya and Sakuya; Hanasaka, Aome, and Katsuragi, who join Kaguya in the land of Fuji; and Ookami, a Myriad God that represents the mountain.

The game will depict traditional stories about the origins of Japan through the lens of three warring nations, and promises a “massive expanse” of tactical options for players to develop battle strategies, including a “myriad” of character classes and equipment. Read more here.

God Wars: Future Past is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on June 20 in North America, June 16 in Europe, and June 22 in Japan.

Watch the trailer below.

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