Aniplex, Sega and CyberConnect2 have released the update of Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles which adds two playable demons to the squad, Yahaba and Susamaru. Both had been shown these days and are the second wave of post-launch characters; two more will arrive soon. In addition, the update includes a 60 frames per second mode on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC.
“Also in this update, a new ’60 fps’ mode is added,” says the developer about the PS5, Xbox Series X and Steam versions. “In this mode, the exploration and combat sections in story mode, and certain controllable sections in versus offline will be playable at 60 fps.” The cinematics that recreate moments from the series will be kept at 30 fps, but this is an important leap to improve gameplay in a fighting title.
Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles It is for sale on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It is based on the well-known manga and anime Guardians of the night and its story mode allows us to relive Tanjiro’s trip to the big city in search of answers: he wants find out who is responsible for the death of your family that he has also turned his sister into one of those demons he hunts.
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“Guardians of the Night -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Chronicles of Hinokami has left us somewhat divided “, we conclude in the analysis. “On the one hand, we have an overly simple and limited fighting game with a bleak character roster, while on the other it offers us one of the best recreations we’ve ever seen of the history of a manga. If we are honest, we have enjoyed so much reliving the first steps of Tanjiro’s journey with this adventure that we believe that just for the audiovisual show it offers and the possibility of experiencing in our own flesh its best battles and its multiple moments, it is already worth it. your purchase. On the other hand, if what you are looking for is a fighting title with a minimum of depth and good content to dedicate hours to, perhaps it is better that you look elsewhere.