Nioh is about to throw down a serious challenge, with 10 high difficulty missions to be added as free DLC in late-March.
Koei Tecmo has detailed its post-launch support plans, via Gematsu, which includes player-versus-player implementation in April.
The paid DLC packs will also begin in late-April, starting with the “Dragon of Tohoku” pack. It adds new scenarios, weapons, characters, stages, yokai, and guardian spirits. It will be followed by two more DLC packs, “Japan’s Best Warrior” and “Peaceful and Tranquil”.
Nioh is out now for PlayStation 4 — we really like it.