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Aragami 2 Gameplay Trailer Shows Off Glorious Stealth Kills, September Release Date

Ninja stealth-action game Aragami 2 just got a gameplay trailer that highlights some of the ways players will be able to use shadows to quickly and quietly take out enemies. The intensity is turned up a few notches in this latest video too, with the new looks, skills, and lots of blood put on display. But that’s not all; the video from developer Lince Works also gives us a Sept. 17 release date for the Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S versions of the game. Take a look at the latest on Aragami 2 in the footage below.

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Players first took the shadows when the original Aragami launched in 2016. The game’s campaign saw you take control of a vengeful spirit and master of stealth hell-bent on taking out everyone that got in your way. Aragami: Nightfall arrived as story-based DLC a few years later, bringing a prologue narrative and new scenarios to sneak through.

Aragami 2, meanwhile, was announced just last year. Trailers we’ve received so far promise a thorough sequel, with more action, more skills, and more ways to lurk in the shadows. If you missed it the first time around, you can watch the original reveal trailer below.

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