Tokyo RPG Factory Releases ‘Oninaki’ Demo for Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and Steam

Tokyo RPG Factory, best known for their releases of I Am Setsuna and Lost Sphear, have released the demo for their upcoming title, Oninaki, on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and Steam on PC.

In Oninaki, players will follow the story of Kagachi, a young watcher whose duty is to usher Lost Souls into the next world. After meeting a mysterious girl named Linne, his fate becomes entwined with blood and death.

The demo features extensive gameplay options and a deep “Story Mode” that lets players experience the opening of the game’s epic tale of life, death and reincarnation, including an option to allow players’ progress to be carried over to the main game upon release. A “Battle Mode” is also included, where players can play as an upgraded character possessed by four Daemons that perform exciting and varied alternate job roles, with unique combat weapons and abilities.

Pre-order bonuses have been announced for each system. Nintendo Switch players will receive the Ouka-Setsugetsu sword weapon, while players on the PlayStation 4 system will receive the Emrys spear weapon and an exclusive dynamic theme for pre-ordering Oninaki. Steam players will get the Titan axe weapon and an exclusive wallpaper. As an added bonus, all pre-orders of the game have a 10% discount until launch.

Oninaki releases on August 22, 2019.

Bilal Mian
Bilal is the Editor-in-Chief of The Workprint. Follow him on Twitter @Bilal_Mian.

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