Ninja Theory and Koei Tecmo today announced that Nioh 2: The Complete Edition will be launching on PC on February 5, 2021, and as the name suggests, it's got it all.
So, Nioh 2: The Complete Edition launches on PC, via Steam, and the package features the base game and all three DLC expansions, The Tengu's Disciple, recently launched Darkness in the Capital and the recently announced The First Samurai.
Team Ninja threw in a special Steam-flavoured freebie in too, as they wrote, "Receive the Valve Helmet as an exclusive bonus for the Steam version of Nioh 2. Access the Shrine menu and select the Boons tab in order to obtain the bonus."
Nioh 2: The Complete Edition launches with a suite of PC-specific enhancements, aimed to make the game even prettier than its PS4 counterpart. We're talking about support for 4K resolution, ultra-wide display compatibility, HDR, 144Hz display support and if your PC can take it - up to 120 FPS.
Fumihiko Yasuda, Nioh 2: The Complete Edition producer, thanked the "die-hard PC fans" who've been patiently waiting for the game to be ported their way. He stressed that the team is working hard to put the finishing touches and can't wait for the fans to get in on it.
Nioh 2 recently received its second DLC called Darkness in the Capital, with new powers, gear and two new fist-happy weapons.
"Venture back in time to the capital city of Kyoto and join forces with legendary heroes, including Japan’s foremost demon slayer and history’s most powerful Onmyo mage. Together with your new allies, face the yokai threat and discover a mysterious connection between the distant past and the troubling present."