Top GamesBy Noam Radcliffe | Jan 30, 2021, 3:41 PM EST
Nioh 2’s PC release date is quickly approaching. / Photo courtesy of Team Ninja/Koei Tecmo
Nioh 2’s PC release date is imminently approaching. The game arrives on Steam Feb. 5. It will be available on PC as Nioh 2—The Complete Edition, which includes all three of the game’s DLC releases: The Tengu’s Disciple from July 2020, Darkness in the Capital from October 2020, and The First Samurai from December 2020.
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— Team NINJA (@TeamNINJAStudio) January 30, 2021
The PC port of the first Nioh game, released in November 2017, ran into several stumbling blocks. The Nioh 2 port hopes to avoid or overcome those challenges. Developer Team Ninja and publisher Koei Tecmo say the port will support 4K resolution, ultra-widescreen, HDR, 144Hz, locked framerate at 60 or 120 frames per second, customizable key bindings and controllers.
Players who buy the PC port will receive the PC-exclusive Valve Helmet, an RGB abomination with an enormous valve sticking out of the back. Any purchases made within the first three weeks of release will also unlock the Sohaya Desrter Garb and Ornate Gold Armor in-game.