NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection will bring the three NINJA GAIDEN Sigma games to the PC. However, it appears that this collection 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. This is definitely something that will disappoint a number of PC gamers.
Not only that, but the game will not feature an extensive amount of graphics settings. The game will support 4K and 60fps, but don’t expect unlocked framerates.
Furthermore, the first NINJA GAIDEN Sigma game is based on the PS Vita version. According to the developers, the data for Ninja Gaiden Black and Ninja Gaiden 2 is too fragmented and can’t be salvaged. As such, Team Ninja has decided to port/remaster the PS Vita versions.
In short, don’t expect much from this upcoming collection. So, if you thought that the PC port of Nioh 2 was average, you should brace yourselves for what NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection will really be.
NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection releases on June 10th.
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