The world's a better place when more players get access to more games.
While we understand the console exclusivity helps sell consoles, it's always nice to see our favourite games coming to PC as well as a console at the very least.
One game that was overlooked a fair bit on its release was Nioh 2, and while not many people may have played it, that doesn't mean that more people shouldn't get the chance.
Well, the good news is that Nioh 2 is coming to PC soon, so here's what you need to know.
Nioh 2 is coming to PC
The announcement has been good news for PC players who were fans of the original, and it's going to be a nice addition to the PC playable Soulslikes.
As stated in the video's description "The game will be playable with crystal clear 4K Ultra-HD support, alongside ultra wide-screen compatibility, HDR monitor support and 144Hz monitor support, with silky-smooth game-play at a consistent 120 FPS on compatible systems"
That'll mean an extraordinarily pretty version of an already attractive game. The game isn't just coming to PC though, as the special edition will launch on both PS4 and PS5 too. People who own the normal version of Nioh 2 can upgrade to the PS5 version, but you'll need to buy the DLCs you don't own.
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What's in Nioh 2 - The Complete Edition
Along with the base game, which has one of the most fascinating takes on co-op in any Soulslike, you'll also get access to three DLC expansions for the game.
Along with that, if you do decide to get the PC version, you'll also get the Valve Helmet as a special piece of armour only for PC players.
If you're a PC gamer who loves this genre, then you'll be happy to know that you'll be able to play it when it launches in February 2021.
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