Nioh patch 1.21.04 addresses low-resolution textures in certain cut-scenes

Team Ninja has just released a brand new patch for Nioh: Complete Edition. According to the release notes, this patch fixes two issues that were reported by its fanbase. Unfortunately, though, the game still does not show proper keyboard on-screen prompts.

Going into more details, the Nioh patch 1.21.04 fixes an issue where proper textures were not used in certain cutscenes. This occurred in the missions “Isle of Demons” and “Deep in the Shadows”. Furthermore, it fixes an issue in which you would accidentally consume shortcut items if you move using the keyboard during black screen.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client.

After a really rocky start, Team Ninja has been constantly improving the PC version of Nioh. Back in November, the team released the highly anticipated patch that added proper mouse controls to it. Moreover, that patch allowed players to re-map all keyboard keys.

The only thing that the game currently needs is proper keyboard on-screen prompts. Once this is done, the PC version of Nioh will, undoubtedly, be its definitive version.

Below you can find the changelog for Nioh’s latest update.

Nioh Patch 1.21.04 Release Notes:

  •  Fixed an issue where proper textures were not used in certain cutscenes in the missions “Isle of Demons” and “Deep in the Shadows”.
  •  Fixed an issue in which you would accidentally consume shortcut items if you move using the keyboard during black screen.

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