Nioh 2 – Complete Edition on PC Comes With 4K And More Next Year
Nioh 2 Complete Edition is arriving on PC in February of 2021
Yesterday, it was announced that the Nioh titles would be rereleased on next-gen consoles as “complete editions.” While the focus for that announcement was on the game’s trip to the PS5, today publisher Koei Tecmo has shared what the Nioh experience will be like on PC, specifically for Nioh 2 – Complete Edition.
On PC, the game will come with all the bells and whistles console players are also getting. When it launches on February 5, 2021, Nioh 2 – Complete Edition will come with support for up to 4K resolution, High Dynamic Range (or HDR) support, support for 144 Hz monitors and fully customizable keyboard and mouse controls. Finally, for those that splurged on fancy wide-screen monitors, good news, you’ll have another game that takes advantage of it. Nioh 2 – Complete Edition will be fully compatible with ultra wide-screen monitors from launch.
Besides those sweet PC perks, Nioh 2 – Complete Edition also comes with a heap of extra content. Besides the base game, players will have access to all three of Nioh 2‘s DLC expansions. The third DLC for Nioh 2, The First Samurai, hasn’t actually released yet, but will be available on December 17, 2020, well before the game makes its way to PC.
The game can be pre-ordered now on Steam for just $49.99. Likewise, the Nioh games are also in the middle of a sale. Nioh – The Complete Edition is a whopping 70 percent off right now, cutting its price down from $49.99 to just $14.99.