God Wars: Future Past second character trailer

Featuring Ookuninushi, Momotaro, and more.

God Wars: Future Past

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

The trailer introduces Ookuninushi, another main character on Kaguya’s side and Prince of Izumo who becomes a brave man who bears the weight of his nation after meeting Kaguya; Momotaro, the famous hero from Japanese folklore and Prince of Hyuga who seeks a powerful centralized government and opposes Kaguya and Ookuninushi; Amaterasu and Susanoo, Gods angered by the war between these two nations; Yamatanoorochi, the strongest monster in Japanese mythology who fights a deadly battle for the fate of Mizuho; and Hinotori, a Tatarigami who lashes out with fire after it loses its mind due to its anger at humanity.

If you missed it, catch the first trailer 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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