Currently a PlayStation exclusive, Nioh 2 is set to make its way to PC via Steam early next year.
Developer Koei Tecmo announced the news today that Nioh 2 – Complete Edition, bundling in all DLC, will be available on Steam on 5th February 2021.
Those three expansions – Tengu’s Disciple, Darkness in the Capital and the recently-announced The First Samurai – add much extra depth and longevity to the game. And so if you haven’t yet played Nioh 2 and own a PC capable of doing so, this will be the best way to play.
For those unfamiliar, Nioh 2 is an action RPG set in Sengoku-era Japan. Players take on the role of a shiftling known as Hide as he tackles various monsters with his range of weapons. You can find out more about the game by reading our initial review here.
Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition will offer 4K HDR alongside ultra-widescreen support. And if your display supports it, you can also enjoy the game at 120Hz. Both controller and keyboard/mouse input is supported, to allow you to play in your preferred setup. The PC version will also come with a unique piece of armour: the Valve Helmet
To celebrate the announcement, Koei Tecmo has released a new trailer showing off the game for a taste of what you can expect on PC. We’ll have more on Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition closer to its release on 5th February.