Nioh 2: The Complete Edition, the PC version detailed in video


In a little less than a month will be released on computers Nioh 2: The Complete Edition, a reworked version for PCs of theAction-RPG of Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja. Players who will opt for this expected version on Steam will thus be able to benefit from very technical features detailed in a new video:

Nioh 2: The Complete Edition will thus propose a framerate at constant 60 fps, capable of climbing up to 120 fps if you have the right hardware, compatibility with HDR technology, customizable keyboard and mouse controls, support for controllers and 4K Ultra HD, 144 Hz and ultra wide screens. If, with all this, you do not find your happiness …

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Nioh 2: The Complete Edition release date set for February 5, 2021, on PC via Steam, you can find a screen AOC 144 Hz at 220 € on Amazon.

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