Koei Tecmo have rolled out a trailer aimed at Nioh 2's prospective PC players, and it shows all the features coming when the game launches on February 5, 2021.
As the trailer will also tell you, Team Ninja's renowned action title is finally making its way to the land of PCs, and thankfully, it will be coming in style, with all the latest bells and whistles.
Nioh 2: Complete Edition launches with ultra-wide display support, HDR monitor compatibility, as well as support for 144Hz displays.
The trailer mentions consistent 60FPS or 120FPS if your rig can manage it, which promises t be quite a spectacle. Ultra-HD / 4K is there, of course, in addition to the rest of the content.
And, as the Complete in Nioh 2: Complete Edition suggests, PC hordes get all the content that's launched thus far, which includes the three DLC expansions.
The first of them, Tengu Disciple, takes players back to the origins of Nioh 2's story. Darkness in the Capital throws players into the world of mysticism in the Heian period, while The First Samurai has players facing off against their arch-nemesis Otakemaru once more.
To top it all off, Nioh 2: Complete Edition comes with a multiplayer component, and it will be interesting to see how they do on Steam.
Speaking of Steam, Nioh 2: Complete Edition players on GabeN's platform will be treated to the Valve Helmet, a piece of cosmetics made especially for this occasion.
We're not talking about a preorder bonus either - once Nioh 2: Complete Edition launches, players can found the Valve Helmet in the Shrine menu's Boons tab.
You can find Nioh 2: Complete Edition's Steam page here .