Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja have released some more specific details about what the PC version of Nioh 2 will offer when it launches in February.
Nioh 2 Complete Edition, which includes the base game that launched on PS4 in 2020 plus three expansion packs, is due to arrive on PC on February 5, and it sounds like it’ll give PC players some fancy upgrades that PlayStation users missed out on.
Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja promise 4K resolution, ultra-widescreen support, HDR, 144hz (with the option to choose locked 60fps or 120fps), customizable key bindings, and controller support, too.
Take a look at a video showing off the PC version of the game below, courtesy of IGN.
If you’re eager for more of the Souls-inspired series on console, don’t fret; the developer hasn’t forgotten about you.
Nioh Remastered is coming to PlayStation 5 alongside the Nioh Collection which – as the name suggests – features updated versions of both entries.
Nioh 2 originally launched for PS4 on March 13, 2020, and was something of a critical hit. You can check out our Nioh 2 reviews round-up at the link.