At the Tokyo Game Show, publisher 110 Industries announced several upcoming videogames. As well as extremely short teasers for sci-fi racer Red Goes Faster (opens in new tab) and mech game Vengeance is Mine (opens in new tab), there was a trailer for third-person action game Wanted: Dead that included about 20 seconds of actual gameplay.
Set in a sci-fi Hong Kong where the synthetic workforce has been sidelined, you play a cyborg police officer who uses a katana to dismember people, which is what she does for most of the trailer. Soundtracked by what sounds like Rob Zombie and a Wilhelm scream (opens in new tab), it's a mix of over-the-shoulder shooting and gory limb-severing combat.
A second teaser showed a live-action in-universe cooking show (opens in new tab), hosted by a TV chef who I think is played by Stefanie Joosten from Metal Gear Solid 5? It's odd, but maybe it'll make more sense in the context of the game.
Wanted: Dead is being developed by Soleil, and apparently the staff includes several ex-members of Team Ninja, with the teaser billing it as coming "From the makers of Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive, Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball".
Wanted: Dead is confirmed to be coming to PC, and has a release date of 2022.