Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess, Capcom unveils a strange action game with a strong aesthetic

Among the surprises of Xbox Games Showcase this Sunday, there was the presence of Capcom, not to promote Exoprimal by surfing on the success of Street Fighter 6 as during the Summer Game Fest Live, but to present us with an entirely new game. Seeing the name of the publisher appear with iconographic elements evoking Shintoism, we first thought that finally a new Onimusha was going to be unveiled, but it is finally a completely separate title that is offered to us, called Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess.

For the moment, the details are very meager with this first trailer, which shows us the protagonist slicing with a saber organic elements formed from demonic arms, several other masked characters, kinds of mandalas and ugly creatures clearly inspired by the yokai. At least the art direction is promising. A description of XboxWire lets glimpse the synopsis, even if it remains confusing:

Repel the foul creatures and lead the servant of the spirit stone on her way. Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess is an all-new title that continues Capcom’s legacy of original and innovative works. This labor of love follows in the tradition of truly unique titles such as Okami and Shinsekai: Into the Depths. Explore an incredible world in which traditional Japanese aesthetics come to life through the power of RE Engine. Enjoy a unique gaming experience mixing action and strategy. Witness an epic clash between the spirit realm and the mortal realm.

Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess will be released on Xbox Series X|S and will be day one in the Game Pass. Let’s hope that Capcom gives more details soon, probably this Monday evening during his own presentation.

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