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Here are 40 minutes of PC gameplay footage from Nioh 2 Complete Edition

Fextralife and Rob Cram have shared two videos, showcasing 40 minutes of gameplay footage from the PC version of Nioh 2 Complete Edition. These videos will give you a glimpse at the PC version of Nio 2, so be sure to watch them.

Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition allows players to enjoy its gripping narrative through the eyes of their own half-human, half-yokai custom character. Players will begin their journey as a mercenary for hire in Mino province. After succumbing to darkness whilst losing control of their yokai powers, the protagonist encounters a wandering ‘Spirit Stone’ merchant by the name of Tokichiro – who soothed the protagonist’s abilities with his mystical goods. As they both set out in search for the next Spirit Stone buyer, fate throws them into an encounter with Oda Nobunaga himself. The two set off to take the Sengoku period by storm, raising the curtain on the tale of “Hideyoshi”.

Once players finish the base campaign they will be able to continue their adventure in the DLC expansion packs. These packs are “The Tengu’s Disciple”, “Darkness in the Capital”, and “The First Samurai”. These expansions will also include a wealth of new weaponry, armour, and challenging new foes.

Nioh 2 PC will support 4K resolutions, ultra-widescreen, HDR, and 144hz monitors. The game will also have two framerate lock options, one for 60fps and another for 120fps. Additionally, players can expect customizable key bindings and support for gamepads.

Nioh 2 Complete Edition is coming to the PC on February 5th, and you can find its full PC requirements here.

Enjoy!

Nioh 2 PC Gameplay: 20 Minutes, 60FPS 1440p Early Look at Performance

Nioh 2 Complete Edition Gameplay 4K - RTX 3090

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