Nioh gets more difficult levels in March, PVP in late April

Koei Tecmo’s not-Dark Souls game, Nioh, has already proven itself as a GOTY contender and is set to keep delivering new content post-launch.

The next major free updates will come in March and April respectively, and provide 10 new High-Difficulty mission types, with the feel of boss rushes.

April’s update, meanwhile, will implement PVP.

We’ve also got new details on the games’ first major DLC – Dragon of Tohoku – which will add new weapons, scenarios, characters, yokai, guardian spirits and stages.

We also have titles for the second and third DLCs – Japan’s Best Warrior and Peaceful and Tranquil.

The Season Pass is available now. More as we get it.


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