Fans of Souls-like games would have played, or at least know of, Nioh 2. The game was originally released in March this year by Koei Tecmo as a prequel to the first game. At long last, the company has revealed when it will be making its way to PC. Which is good news if you’ve held back from buying it, hoping that it would make its way to your preferred platform.
As a complete edition of Nioh 2, this naturally means that the game will also be coming with all of its DLC included. The game has three, which are The Tengu’s Disciple, Darkness in the Capital, and The First Samurai.
With the game ending its PS4 exclusivity, Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition also comes with all the improvements you’d expect for it to perform on PC. This includes support for ultra-wide screens and 144Hz monitor support. And as a bonus, if you pre-purchase it on Steam, you’ll also get a Valve Helmet for your character. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that it looks like an RGB keyboard and mouse mashed together, with a red valve switch at the back.
Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition releases on Steam on 5 February 2021. You can also catch up on the game series’ lore with the first game, which is currently getting a 70% discount on Steam.