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  • Nioh DLC Detailed- PvP, Higher Difficulty Missions, Story Content, and More

    Nioh is out, and it is great, but Team Ninja is not done with the game just yet. As Gematsu reports, at least two major free updates to the game are planned first, one of which adds PvP modes to the game (at last), while the other which adds higher difficulty mission variants (more than even the Twilight Missions, presumably).

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    That’s not all, either- it sounds like the first paid DLC pack for the game is not too far off, either. The pack will be called Dragon of Tohoku, and it will launch in late April. Allegedly, it will add New weapon types new scenarios, new characters, new guardian spirits, new yokai, and new stages to the game.

    The second and third DLC packs for the game will be called Japan’s Best Warrior and Armor of Japan’s Best Warrior. No release date has been announced for these yet, nor have any details been divulged. Nioh is available exclusively on PS4.


    Source: Gamingbolt
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