There are various events planned for the four-day festival, including the launch of the Tokyo Game Show. On the first day, presentations were presented by Bandai Namco, Capcom, Microsoft, and the Japan Game Awards. Gameplay trailers for games like Wo Long: Street Fighter 6, Deathloop, Exoprimal, and Naraka: Bladepoint were also available to players.
1). Street Fighter 6
Capcom revealed the full roster of playable combatants for Street Fighter 6 on day one, and the roster will include 18 characters. Ryu, Ken, and Chun-Li are returning favourites. New competitors include the World Tour mode’s custom character generator. A closed beta for the game is also scheduled for October, with information on how to sign up still to come.
Deathloop will go on sale on September 20 on the X Box Game Pass, according to information provided by Xbox. The one-year arrangement that made the game an initial Sony PlayStation exclusive will end in September.
Although this was hardly a surprise, Xbox fans will be happy to have a release date given that advertisements for the game have started to surface on the Xbox dashboard.
3). Sonic Frontiers
The Sonic franchise is notorious for following a number of trends, and Super Sonic is no exception in Sonic Frontiers. Super Sonic will be employed more frequently in Sonic Frontiers’ open-zone areas instead of saving his appearance for the very end of each Sonic game. In fact, until you unlock Super Sonic, which will also open a completely new set of battle abilities, some bosses will be virtually insurmountable.
4). One Piece Odyssey
At the Tokyo Game Show 2022, Bandai Namco revealed One Piece Odyssey, their most recent JRPG, which is scheduled to be made available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC on January 13, 2023.
The game’s original story was written by Eiichiro Oda, the creator of the manga. The action, locations, characters, combat, and missions were all covered during the 45-minute presentation. At the Tokyo Game Show, some previously anticipated DLC for the game was also made public.
In 2023, Xbox platforms will also receive Exoprimal, a multiplayer action game from Capcom with 5v5 PvP and PvE stages where players must defend against swarms of ancient monsters. The gameplay looks to be focused on enhancing the exosuit armour and completing objectives assigned by the evil artificial intelligence Leviathan, as was unveiled during the Tokyo Game Show.
Exoprimal is set in the year 2040, a year in which mysterious temporal vortexes spread throughout the globe and thousands of dinosaurs are released. The world has fallen into chaos as a result of the dinosaurs’ relentless assault. Exosuits are tough suits of armour that the mega-corporation Aibius has developed to stop this threat and provide individuals the power and tools they need to fight dangerous dinosaurs.
6). The Awakener: Risen
The Warrior, Sword Dancer, Soldier, and Lancer classes are featured in this The Awakener: Risen trailer from Taner Games. You take on the role of an intrepid traveller who was born in the Third Era and embarks on a thrilling journey into the world of Sylvalond in the game. In 2023, the game is expected to launch on the PS5, PS4, and PC.
7). Kiriko, a new hero in Overwatch
On the first day of the Tokyo Game Show, Blizzard unveiled a gameplay trailer for Kiriko, the newest character in Overwatch 2. As a supporting character, Kirko and her valiant fox companion will be able to teleport to allies in trouble, heal them, and momentarily stop players nearby from receiving punishment.
Kirko uses Kunai Daggers in his strikes. Her ultimate, Kitsune Rush, calls forth her animated fox companion, giving adjacent allies mobility, attack speed, and reduced cooldowns on abilities.