Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut Launching December 5

The world of Endeavor One and Skydance Interactive’s stealth-action virtual reality title Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut will launch on December 5 for PlayStation VR2, PCVR and Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest 3 platforms.

In this VR title, players will step into the shoes of the deadly assassin Kenshiro as they feudal Japan to take down a bandit group known only as the Six Oni of Iga. In order to achieve this task, a number of weapons, tools, and techniques are at one’s disposal. Each castle one conquers will culminate in a boss battle against one of these Six Oni.

As players outwit their foes, they’ll be able to leap from rooftop to rooftop, hide in shadows, perform lethal sneak attacks, partake in sword combat, and vanish from the scene without a trace.

One will not need to go at it alone; one’s canine companion Haru is at the player’s side. Praised for her advanced AI and usefulness, this sense of companionship can be seen as players take down opponents together in these dangerous locales..

See the action of Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut for yourself with the gameplay trailer for the game below:

Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut | Official Gameplay Trailer

One can add the title to their Steam wishlist on the official page. One can also follow the conversation on the official Twitter/X page.

Source: Press Release
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