Team Ninja announced that it will release Nioh 1 and Nioh 2 as remasters on PlayStation 5 in 2021 and will release Nioh 2.
Nioh 1 & 2 Remasters announces release of Plus PC port in 2021
next year February 5, 2021, A total of 4 Nioh games will be released on 3 different platforms. Players on PlayStation 5 can get the Nioh collection. Nioh With the remastered version Nioh 2 Remastered. Games can also be purchased individually. Nioh 2: Full Edition will be available for PS4 and PC players. This includes a base game and three DLC extensions, The Tengu’s Disciple, Darkness in the Capital, and The First Samurai.
If you purchased the Nioh 2 Complete Edition on your PS4 and later chose to upgrade to your PS5, you can also upgrade to your PS5 remaster for free. If you already own a Nioh 2 based game on your PS4, you can also upgrade to the remastered PS5 version, but this does not include DLC.
The PS5’s Nioh 2 remaster supports 4K resolution and gameplay up to 120 FPS. For PCs, Nioh 2 supports 4K Ultra-HD and ultra-widescreen resolutions, HDR and 144Hz monitors at frame rates up to 120 FPS. This version supports custom mouse and keyboard mappings, as well as gamepads.
The PC version also includes unique armor and valve helmets that can be used with every purchase of the game. If you haven’t checked out the first game yet, you’ll get 70% off Nioh: Complete Edition on Steam until November 20, 2020.
You can see the trailer and screenshots below.
First Samurai DLC
The final DLC The First Samurai will be released December 17, 2020Add Team Ninja’s most challenging missions and formidable enemies in the series to date. There are new additional difficulty levels that give veteran players a challenging time.
This DLC finally goes back to the past as a visitor. Here you will find that they are in the place where their mother was talking when they were young. Discover the past of Otakemaru, the secret of stopping, and the truth behind the first samurai. This is the end of the climate of Nioh 2.
Nioh 2 It is currently playable on PS4 and will be released on PS5 and PC on February 5, 2021.
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