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During the State of Play, there was another headliner that was on display besides Stellar Blade and that was Rise of The Ronin. The newest game coming from the talented devs at Team Ninja, a lot of eyes were on this game. And in the flashy fashion they are known for the Rise Of The Ronin Combat trailer was bombastic.

In the trailer, there is a lot to take in showing a wide array of inspirations. You can see aspects of their recent games like Wo Long with its movement. But it also takes aspects of Sekiro and Ghost of Tsushima, between using a grappling hook to climb high or a horse to ride on. With a unique glider to also fly around on. The full trailer can be seen below:

Throughout the trailer, we see the combat offering different weapons to use from swords, spears, revolvers, and rifles. With many aspects from the previously mentioned games such as the parrying of Sekiro, Counters, and fatal breaks of Wo Long and Ghost of Tsushima. While utilizing their skills to make combat feel over the top with that usual Team Ninja style.

Along with the gameplay we see small snippets of one of the boss fights. Along with some story bits as well. All in all, Rise of the Ronin is looking like another hit from the team behind the legendary Ninja Gaiden series. Rise of the Ronin will be launching later this year on March 22nd. It is currently available for pre-order.

So tell us if the new Rise of the Ronin combat gameplay trailer got you excited. Are you going to play the game at launch let us know in the comments what you think.

-Jess (Bloodieknux)

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