Bladestorm Nightmare – PC Version Based On Current-Gen Version, Graphics To Exceed PS4 Quality

Tecmo Koei revealed today that the PC version of Bladestorm will be released on May 29th on Steam. Moreover, the publisher confirmed that the PC version is based on the current-gen version, and that its visuals will be above those found on PS4 (provided you have the appropriate hardware).

This is undoubtedly great news for PC gamers as this is the first title from Tecmo Koei that is based on its current-gen version. Not only that, but – unlike Dead or Alive 5: Last Round – the game’s online feature will be available from the get-go.

The game’s online features will be the same with those found on the console versions, meaning that it will include co-op, match play, as well as dispatching customized characters.

Bladestorm PC will support DX11, as well as native 4K resolutions.

Last but not least – and similarly to MGS: Ground Zeroes – players will be able to switch between Japanese version or English version of the game.

You can find the game’s official PC requirements here.


Bladestorm Nightmare PlayStation 4 Demo Gameplay Trailer

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