Koei Tecmo has introduced Nioh, its Dark Souls-like samurai RPG, will be readily available on PC with Valve’s Steam service on November 7, 2017. The PC version is all set to be released digitally as “Nioh: Full Version,” as well as will include the original video game and the 3 DLC expansions provided for the PS4version post-launch.
“Team Ninja is well aware of the fact that many gamers have been passionately asking for a PC version of Nioh,” said the game’s director, Fumihiko Yasuda. “I am thrilled to announce that this massocore game will finally be available for our die-hard PC fans in Nioh: Complete Edition! I hope you all enjoy the unforgettable drama and deeply challenging Yokai battles this action-packed experience has to offer.”
The PC version will certainly have Activity Setting i.e. Action Mode, which runs the game at a “steady 60 FPS,” or Movie Setting, which is “a cinematic alternative that can broaden the display by screen resolution to 4K.” Although Koei Tecmo does not define as a lot, the Movie Mode will most likely to run at lower FPS.
To commemorate the release of Nioh: Full Version, a new product called the Dharmachakra Kabuto helmet will also be offered for the PC variation.
” The Wheel of Dharma kabuto is a form of ‘kawari-kabuto’– a family members of helmets featuring sensational designs,” clarifies Koei Tecmo. “This headgear includes a red-lacquered front crest of an old Buddhist sign portraying the eightfold path to nirvana. This holy photo represents spiritual knowledge obtained by abandoning one’s life needs, and also holds the power to eliminate evil.
” Nonetheless, some may claim this is not a Wheel of Dharma whatsoever, merely a reproduction that looks as though it belongs on a device to control heavy steam … Some have presumed as to recommend renaming it to ‘Valve Kabuto,’ but why any person would make a safety helmet featuring a valve is uncertain.”
In GameSpot’s Nioh review, critic Miguel Concepcion granted it a 9/10. “Although the shade of possible failing hangs heavy over any play session, dying in Nioh is never truly frustrating,” he claimed. “This is partial thanks to the various opportunities of character development and also numerous approaches you can use to tackle a difficult area. It shouldn’t be surprising that the foresight and patience needed to survive a battle in Dark Souls translates well to the fundamentals of samurai combat here.
” Nioh’s most invigorating and also challenging minutes occur when you feel you go to equal ground with your challenger. As well as it’s throughout these encounters that reckless move could lead to your demise or the ideal string of thoughtful activities can make you feel unyielding.”
Nioh: Complete Edition PC Requirements:
|Nioh: Complete Edition||Minimum||Recommended|
|CPU||· Intel Core i5-3550 (Ivy Bridge, 3.3GHz) or newer||· Intel Core i7-4770K (Haswell, 3.5GHz)|
|GPU||· Nvidia GeForce GTX 780
· AMD Radeon R9 280
|· Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060
· AMD Radeon R9 380X
|OS||Windows 7, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)||Windows 7, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)|
|Name||Nioh: Complete Edition|
|Publisher||Koei Tecmo Games|
|Where To Buy||Steam|
|Release Date||November 7, 2017|