The Demon Slayer video game Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles, or simply Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles, will begin releasing additional paid DLC combatants in July 2022.
Tengen Uzui, the Sound Hashira in the anime video game, comes up first, and new gameplay footage shows him in action with his skills within the video game.
The new Uzui Tengen Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles DLC
Beyond Tengen Uzui, Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles will have at least six more paid DLC characters in the mode of Nezuko (Advanced Demon Form), Tanjiro (Entertainment District), Inosuke (Entertainment District), Zenitsu (Entertainment District), Daki, and Gyutaro. Essentially, the centerpiece of this paid DLC is the anime and manga’s Entertainment District Arc, with all main characters featured. Watch the Japanese video showing Tengen Uzui’s flashy gameplay below:
The game is available on the PlayStation 5 and other video game consoles. The anime video game is a breathtaking experience that is a little rough around the edges.
Many fans were thrilled and typically gave it three out of five stars. How beautiful this game is in terms of the presentation cannot be stressed. However, there are several flaws in terms of gameplay.
More broadly, Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles is now available on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. The Extra Character Pack DLC will be released in Summer 2022 on all platforms, beginning with Tengen Uzui in July.
Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles: A graphic masterpiece
The graphics are perhaps the most vital aspect of the Hinokami Chronicles. Cyber Connect worked hard to create the Naruto sequence that looked exactly like the anime series, and the publisher not only does so with Demon Slayer but does so with such zeal that there were legitimately several times when it was nearly impossible to tell the difference between the game and what was from the animation studio of Ufotable.
The graphics are incredibly stunning, whether we’re talking about the cutscenes, in-game combat, or exploring sequences around little villages and hilly scenery. It was incredible to see how closely the producers could build a game that looked exactly like its source material.
The game offers 18 playable characters, which seems reasonable for adapting the anime’s first season into a video game. Still, the lack of diversity in some of the play styles of different characters stood out. Tanjiro’s water style, for example, is shared by his master Sakonji Urokodaki and the slain Sabito, giving the impression that you’re playing the same person with various skins.
What do you think of the numerous paid DLC for The Hinokami Chronicles game that has been announced? Are you thrilled by the new Tengen Uzui gameplay footage? Let us know what you think in the comments.