Nioh: The Complete Edition Is Free on the Epic Games Store

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This week’s free game from the Epic Games Store is an action RPG that takes players to Japan to fight mystical creatures and fierce warriors. It is loosely based on William Adams, the first Englishman to visit Japan. Nioh was originally released in 2017 and recreates medieval Japanese environments and authentic weapons. It has been favorably compared to the Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden games.

Nioh: The Complete Edition features all DLC plus an exclusive bonus item. It supports crossplay with Steam. It is free on the Epic Games Store until September 16. The complete edition of the sequel is currently on sale for $39.99, which gained DLSS support in February 2021.

Nioh: The Complete Edition

Ready to die? Experience the newest brutal action game from Team NINJA and Koei Tecmo Games. In the age of samurai, a lone traveler lands on the shores of Japan. He must fight his way through the vicious warriors and supernatural Yokai that infest the land in order to find that which he seeks.

Product includes:

Dragon of the North
This expansion opens up the Tohoku region, where the “one-eyed dragon” Date Masamune is secretly gathering spirit stones.

Defiant Honor
Fight your way through the Siege of Osaka’s winter campaign as you follow the story of one of Japan’s greatest generals from the Warring States period, the brave Sanada Yukimura.

Bloodshed’s End
Join the summer campaign of the Siege of Osaka as the Warring States period draws to a close in this, the final chapter of William’s tale.

PC Features:

• Gamepad compatibility

• 4K Ultra-HD support*

• Cross-play with Steam players

*Requires a monitor/PC components that support these modes.

Exclusive Bonus

An exclusive “Fujin Helmet” you can claim by selecting “Boons” from a shrine.

Sources: Epic Games Store, PCMag, Britannica

Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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