When KOEI Tecmo announced Ninja Gaiden Collection, there were some rumors suggesting that Ninja Gaiden Sigma would be based on the PSVita version. However, KOEI Tecmo has confirmed that it has used the PS3 version and not the PSVita version.
Now while this is good news, Ninja Gaiden Collection PC will be a barebones port and nothing more.
According to producer Fumihiko Yasuda, this collection will not support keyboard and mouse, and will require a gamepad. Not only that, but the game will not feature an extensive amount of graphics settings. And although the game will support 4K and 60fps, you should not expect unlocked framerates.
The NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection brings the entire Sigma series to PC, allowing fans and newcomers alike to experience the tale of “super ninja” Ryu Hayabusa as he battles deadly fiends causing chaos around the world.
This collection will release on PC on June 10th.
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