KOEI Tecmo has just announced that Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition will be officially coming to the PC on February 5th, 2021. In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher has also released a new trailer that you can find below.
The Complete Edition will pit players against the base Nioh 2 game and all three DLC expansions. These three DLC expansions are: “The Tengu’s Disciple”, “Darkness in the Capital”, and the recently announced “The First Samurai”.
The Steam release of Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition will offer players the best way to experience violent Sengoku-era Japan and the deadly Dark Realm on their PCs, as they unleash devastating attacks against plagues of merciless demons as a half-human, half-supernatural yokai warrior. The game will be playable with crystal clear 4K Ultra-HD support, alongside ultra wide-screen compatibility. The game will also support HDR and 144Hz monitors. Additionally, the game will support 120fps on the PC. Furthermore, KOEI Tecmo claims that the game will have full mouse and keyboard customisation support, as well as gamepad compatibility. Thus, let’s hope that Nioh 2 will not suffer from all the PC optimization issues that plagued KOEI Tecmo’s titles.
Producer Fumihiko Yasuda said:
“We are extremely thankful to all of our die-hard PC fans who have patiently waited to play Nioh 2. We are working hard here at Team NINJA to add the finishing touches to Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition, and are excited for you to experience this gripping masocore game with a wealth of graphical customization. Ready your blades, and unleash your darkness — the formidable foes await you on February 5, 2021.”
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