Nioh 2: The Full Version is a brutal action-RPG that is had its fair proportion of points because it launched on PC final month, with considered one of these being incorrect keyboard and mouse button prompts. Beforehand, the sport solely confirmed controller button prompts, it doesn’t matter what management scheme you used. So for those who’ve compelled your self to make use of a controller, the time has arrived to change again to the clickety clack and luxuriate in getting stomped by that one infuriating boss. This time, with out HD rumble.
Koei Tecmo introduced Nioh 2’s newest patch over on the sport’s Steam web page, with the headline repair being “added assist for keyboard & mouse enter icons”. To show this setting on, gamers want to move into “System – Keyboard & Mouse Settings – Management Icons”. And voilá, the right keyboard and mouse button prompts will seem when utilizing this management scheme, versus PlayStation’s crosses and circles.
The devs have additionally tweaked the “Key Configuration” settings in “Keyboard & Mouse Settings” in order that the digital camera in Nioh 2’s picture mode can now even be operated by mouse.
I at all times thought it odd that Nioh 2 -a recreation that calls for exact actions and complicated inputs throughout fight -lacked the right button prompts when utilizing keyboard and mouse. It appeared like such an enormous oversight. Now, at the least, those that want the press and clacking can accomplish that with out having to translate button mixtures.
I attempted enjoying Nioh 2 with keyboard and mouse briefly, and I can not fathom how one does so successfully. Even with intensive apply, I really feel like I might be blundering to my loss of life for eternity. The controller continues to be very a lot my samurai instrument of alternative.
And for those who’ve not tried Nioh 2 on PC, I spent quite a lot of time with it for my Nioh 2 evaluation, and might say with confidence that it is an ideal action-RPG. Particularly for those who get pleasure from satisfying fight, as I believe it is “effortlessly cool – it doesn’t matter what weapon you select, or how good you’re at stringing collectively combos”.