Nioh 2 on PC: problems reported for mouse and keyboard users

Nioh 2 on PC: problems reported for mouse and keyboard users
From today Nioh 2 will also be playable on PC via Steam and, although there are still several hours to unlock the game for those who have made the preorder, there are already journalists and content creators who have had the opportunity to try this edition of the Team Ninja title and discover some critical issues.

Specifically, the problems would concern the use of mouse and keyboard, the support of which was promised by the developers at the announcement of the PC version. Not only those who use this control system cannot see the icons of the buttons on the screen (a problem whose solution should arrive just in time for publication), but the mechanism through which the camera can be managed with the mouse seems to suffer from a annoying problem since it simulates the operation of the analog stick of a controller. It also seems that the game has a limitation in the resolution selection menu due to which there is no possibility to set a resolution higher than that supported by the monitor in use, a practice that can improve image quality as long as you have the adequate hardware. There do not seem to be any optimization problems, with the game not only performing well in various situations (the tests reported speak of both Nvidia and AMD GPUs), not to mention the imminent arrival of DLSS support for owners of RTX cards.

Waiting to find out what all the news of the day one patch will be, we remind you that on our pages you can find the review of the Nioh Collection in PS5 version, also available from today. >
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