First up, Nintendo has confirmed that the game, which combines shooting and hack-and-slash elements, will launch on August 28. That date applies to Europe, while a North American date was not announced.
A new trailer has also been released, in which we see Itagaki setting up–in Japanese–what we’re seeing. Though you may not understand what he’s saying, there is still plenty of new gameplay footage to look at.
Being a Wii U-exclusive, we wouldn’t be surprised if Devil’s Third showed up during Nintendo’s E3 briefing next week.