120 FPS mode fixes are among the bunch.
It seems that the Nioh franchise will be on ice for the foreseeable future. But the series has gone out on a high note with Nioh 2. The game released last year to much critical acclaim and seems to have done pretty well for itself financially. Originally launching for the PS4 exclusively, it did eventually come to the PS5, as well as the PC. The latter has seen lots of tweaking and updating, but there’s still updates for the console versions, too.
The latest update, 1.27, sees several bug fixes for both consoles. The main one seems to be fixing an issue with the PS5’s 120 FPS mode where action would slow down as well as not being able to use Burst Counter against certain enemy types when set to 120 FPS. It also addresses an issue where additional content already acquired on the PS4 would not drop on PS5 after a save transfer. You can see the full patch notes as provided by Team Ninja’s official Twitter below.
Nioh 2 is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC. Update 1.27 is live now for PS5 and PS4.
— Team NINJA (@TeamNINJAStudio) March 8, 2021