NIS America Releases GOD WARS Future Past Trailer 3

Friday, June 9th, 2017

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GOD WARS Future Past


NIS America have released the third character trailer for GOD WARS Future Past. The game is set to launch for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Europe on June 16th, and in North America on June 20th. You can also visit the GOD WARS Future Past official website. Here is the new third character trailer for the game (or check out the EU version here):


If you haven’t seen the previous trailers, you can view them below:

GOD WARS Future Past – Character Trailer 2

EU version is here.

GOD WARS Future Past – Character Trailer 1

EU version is here.


Lastly, you can check out the full press release below:



GOD WARS Future Past – Character Trailer 3 is Now Live!


We’re happy to announce Character Trailer 3 for the upcoming tactical RPG, GOD WARS Future Past!

GOD WARS Future Past arrives in North America on June 20 and Europe on June 16.

For more information, head to the official website below!

Official Website

View Character Trailer 2


About the Game

GOD WARS Future Past is a tactical RPG that fuses stories from the oldest record of Japan’s history, the Kojiki book, with traditional Japanese tales. Explore the lives of heroes who made their mark by fighting against the fate set out before them.

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