PC players can avail of 4K, HDR, and 120 FPS support.
Like the first game, Koei Tecmo’s Nioh 2 will be receiving a Complete Edition which includes the base game and all of its DLC. PC owners can also avail of a Valve helm that’s even more garish looking than the previous game’s. Check out the announcement trailer below.
Along with support for 4K resolution and ultra wide-screen displays, PC players can also enable HDR. Monitors with 144 Hz refresh rates are also supported along with 120 frames per second performance. Of course, in addition to the base game and DLC, players will also receive access to all of the updates thus far, making for a more robust end-game.
Nioh 2 is currently available for PS4 along with its first two DLC packs, The Tengu’s Disciple and Darkness in the Capital. The third and final DLC is called The First Samurai – expect more details on that in the coming months. Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition releases on February 5th 2021 for PC and PS4.