This is the first time that Nioh 2 has been released on PC, with the Complete Edition coming with all three DLC expansions. It also includes the Valve Helmet, an item exclusive to the Steam release.
PlayStation owners meanwhile have a couple of different ways to get their hands on both games. Nioh Remastered: The Complete Edition is available on its own (for an eye watering £49.99), or as part of the aforementioned Nioh Collection.
Nioh 2 can instead be upgraded from PS4 to the remastered PS5 release for free. As detailed earlier in the year, any DLC you own for last-gen will also be upgraded for no additional cost.
Both games are excellent, being more than just generic souls-likes, but these updated releases come with some issues. Steam reviews for Nioh 2: The Complete Edition are currently mixed, due to performance issues and the lack of keyboard and mouse controls, and The Nioh Collection costing £69.99 on PS5 is a huge increase over its last-gen originals.
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