As I said back in April 2021, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection PC appears to be a barebones port and nothing more. The game does not support mouse & keyboard, requires a gamepad, does not offer unlocked framerates, and won’t have many graphics settings. And, from the looks of it, the in-game settings do not even have a resolution option.
According to its official Steam page, the only way via which you can change resolutions is by using Steam commands. Not only that, but the game does not support 1440p. Again, and according to the devs, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection PC only supports 720p, 1080p and 4K.
To configure the resolution, open the game’s Properties from your Steam Library. Then, you can enter “720p”, “1080p”, or “4k” in the text field of “LAUNCH OPTIONS”.
Again, it’s inexcusable for a PC game to lack even basic PC features. I mean, what’s the point of playing the game on PC and not using an emulator? Hell, with an emulator you can even use a wider range of resolutions.
This is another disappointing port from KOEI Tecmo. Then again, there must be a crowd that hugely supports KOEI’s ports, otherwise, the company wouldn’t be offering such lackluster ports.