Soul Hackers 2 for PS5, PS4, Xbox and PC gets a new trailer revealing Shiisaa


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Today, Atlus released another of the daily trailers for its upcoming JRPG Soul Hackers 2, showing off one of its demons.

Today, Atlus released another of the daily trailers for its upcoming JRPG Soul Hackers 2, showing off one of its demons.

This time around it’s Shiisaa, who appropriately debuted in Soul Hackers’ original predecessor, Devil Summoner. He also appeared in the last game in the series, Shin Megami Tensei V.

As usual, the trailer also includes today’s horoscope with a ranking of the signs from the luckiest to the unluckiest. Capricorn is at the top, while Libra is at the bottom of the wealth ranking. I guess today is my lucky day for the first time since Atlus started putting out those trailers.

Soul Hackers 2 will be released for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC (Steam and Windows Store) on August 26, just one day after the Japanese launch on August 25.

You can check out the original trailer, lots of screenshots, a second gallery, more images, a video explaining the gameplay, and another.

Previous daily trailers include another reveal Nue, one focusing on Mokoi, one showing Milady, revealing the return of Strawberry Frost, one focusing on a convenience store, and one revealing Thunderbird.

Here’s how Atlus officially describes the game:

“Soul Hackers 2 inherits the essence of Devil Summoner: Soul Hacker, while evolving the concept of the game with a more defined art style, addictive RPG gameplay, and next-level storytelling from ATLUS. Set in the universe Shin Megami Tensei, Soul Hackers 2 follows an all-new story about two Aion agents, Ringo and Figure, and their fight to stop the destruction of the world.

Produced and directed by Eiji Ishida and Mitsuru Hirata, other featured personnel include music composed by MONACA, character designs by Shirow Miwa and production manager Shinjiro Takata.

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