Team Ninja launched the action RPG Nioh sequel titled Nioh 2 for the last-gen PlayStation 4 console last year. Two months ago, the video game developer revealed that Nioh 2 would be leaving PlayStation exclusivity by announcing Nioh 2 Complete Edition. The PC version is set to arrive early next month.
Today the game's makers revealed more information about the upcoming PC game on Twitter. Publisher Koei Tecmo shared further details about the features of the upcoming Nioh 2 Complete Edition. A new game trailer highlighting the PC features has also been released.
Get #Nioh2PC for PC Steam 2/5/2021!🖥️💻— KOEI TECMO AMERICA (@KoeiTecmoUS) January 15, 2021
- 4K Ultra-HD support
- Ultra wide-screen compatibility
- HDR & 144hz monitor support,
- Consistent 60/120 FPS on compatible systems
- Full mouse & keyboard customization🖱️⌨️
- Gamepad Compatibility🎮https://t.co/SR6oKJaz7G#KTfamily pic.twitter.com/AlgzKntxpv
As per today's announcements, Nioh 2 on PC will support 4K Ultra HD, ultra-wide screens, HDR and a 144Hz screen refresh rate. The game's makers have added complete customizability for mice and keyboards and the game is touted to run at 60fps or 120fps consistently, depending on whether the PC specs are compatible of course.
Nioh 2 Complete Edition for the PC platform is due out February 5, 2021, exclusively on Steam. Pre-orders are currently open and can be placed on Valve's dedicated game store. As a launch promotion, those who buy the Nioh sequel within the initial three weeks after the PC release will get two bonus in-game items, the Sohaya Deserter Garb and Ornate Gold Armour.