Nioh DLC And Free Updates Detailed
A free update is slated for release by the end of March.
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With Nioh having launched around the world earlier this month, developer Team Ninja is now at work on new content--both free and paid--that will start to roll out fairly soon.
New details were announced during a recent livestream in Japan, which you can watch here. According to a translation by Gematsu, both free updates and the first of several paid DLC packs were discussed.
On the free update front, new, "high-difficulty" missions will be added in late March, at least in Japan. There are 10 types in all, including some that are compared to a boss rush mode. Following that in late April will be the previously announced player-versus-player multiplayer mode.
Also arriving toward the end of April is the first paid DLC, Dragon of the North, Team Ninja's Twitter account confirmed. It adds new weapon types, scenarios, guardian spirits, stages, characters, and yokai. It be will followed by two more packs, all three of which are included in the $25 season pass.
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