New Yomawari: Midnight Shadows Trailer Explores the Darkness

NIS America has shared a new trailer for Yomawari: Midnight Shadows.

Featured above, the new “Exploring the Dark” trailer provides another look at their upcoming horror game.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via NIS America:


The follow-up to 2016’s cult horror hit Yomawari: Night Alone, Yomawari: Midnight Shadows introduces two brand-new girls, Yui and Haru, to the night and the spirits who haunt it. Separated by a mysterious attacker, each girl will explore haunting and bizarre locations, face the terrors of the night, and test their courage and wits to survive and reconnect with one another.

Key Features:

  • A Complete Town to Explore – Enter abandoned homes, climb through junk yards and up mountains, or venture into dark sewers in your search.
  • Two Views of the Dark – Search the night and explore a town as either of Yomawari: Midnight Shadow’s two characters. What you find with one may serve as a clue, or even save the other.
  • Horrors, Oddities, and Mysteries – Beware of Japanese spirits that come to life, as you encounter horrors birthed from nightmares, oddities that will make you question what is real, and mysteries that may just keep you up at night.
  • Gorgeous Style – Enter the dark with haunting art to view the city and from above, and get close to the heart-pounding moments in beautifully imagined side-scrolling set pieces.

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows is launching across PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC on October 24th in North America and October 27th in Europe – just in time for Halloween.

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  • Ene1Virus

    Seems like it’s going to be a fun game ^_^

  • drunken monk

    I pre-ordered it just because it looks so different. Never played the first one but I’ll gamble.

  • Anon630

    I just hope they don’t fly off the handle and add things that don’t belong like what NISA usually does.