Nioh 2 The Complete Edition is out on PC, but issues like frps drop and keyboard input mapping bug are preventing PC gamers from enjoying this awesome Team Ninja's action-RPG game.
Nioh 2 is available on PC, but although many praise the game for its already known qualities, the poor performance and problems with the keyboard input mapping are spoiling the experience of many fellow gamers.
Steam reviews are kind of a mixed bag because of a large number of annoyed players who are outraged because the game refuses to display keyboard input, instead of displaying keys from an Xbox controller.
Yes, PC gamers love their RGB peripherals and want to play a soul-like game with them. The problem is that a game like Nioh 2 offers and requires many combos, and players are easily confused if they get pop-up controls for an input solution that they are not currently using.
Another problem is perhaps more worrying, as gamers with high-end configurations experience drastic fps drops.
"Basically, Nioh 2 is a good game, but at the moment I just can't recommend it," wrote one player on his Steam review of Nioh 2 - The Complete Edition. "I played it for a long time on PS4 and it went really well. The PC version is just cheeky. Absolutely carelessly implemented ... Especially a game like Nioh shouldn't have any FPS drops. I have an i9 9900k, a 1080ti, 16 GB Ram and the whole thing on an SSD and still I have drops @1080p."
Every game is better when it goes smoothly, of course, but soul-like action RPG games like Nioh depend on smooth gameplay and quick reactions from players. It remains to be seen when a patch will arrive that will fix these problems, and allow PC players to enjoy this great action title.