Nioh, an action title not unlike Dark Souls, was released as a PlayStation 4 exclusive back in February this year. The title was very well received at launch. Fans liked its rewarding combat structure and its Japanese setting. However, many wanted the title to be available on PC as well. Their wish comes true later this year as the Nioh PC release has officially been confirmed for November 2017.


Team NINJA has confirmed that Nioh’s complete edition is going to be released for PC digitally later this year. The complete edition of the title features the base game and three DLC expansions, namely Dragon of the North, Defiant Honour, and Bloodshed’s End.

A PC exclusive item has been added to this particular edition. It’s called the Dharmachakra Kabuto helmet. All of this is included in the complete edition of Nioh that’s going to be released later this year.

PC gamers will have the option to choose from two different graphics modes. The modes are called Action and Movie. Those who opt for the Action mode will find a “stable” gameplay experience at 60 frames per second while the Movie option will provide “cinematic” 4K resolution.

Nioh: Complete Edition is going to be released for PC come November 7th via Steam. The Steam page for this title has gone live already.

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