Nioh is one of the iconic PlayStation games in recent times.
Based on the story William Adams, one of the only ever Western samurai, the Team Ninja title is set for a rebirth, along with its sequel Nioh 2, in 2021.
Yes, The Nioh Collection is arriving on PS5.
The Story So Far
The original Nioh, arrived four years ago on PS4, with Nioh 2 released in March 2020.
Nioh arrived on PC just a six months after the PlayStation release, and the sequel on Windows arrives alongside the PS5 remaster.
For those who don't know, the Nioh titles are role-playing games, where you can create your own character who was a yokai (supernatural monster) spirit.
Earn new skills as you progress, and along with your range of weapons, defeat hostile yokai.
Nioh PS5 release date
Nioh The Collection arrives on PS5 on 5 February 2021.
Nioh The Collection Trailer
Our main takeaway from the trailer is that The Nioh Collection will make the most of the PS5's Adaptive Triggers - offering Haptic Feedback in combat.
Price & Pre-order
With this being two remastered games in one, the Collection does not come cheap.
Nioh The Collection costs £69.99 / $69.99.
If you're looking for just the original Nioh, "The Complete Edition" Remastered on PS5 is priced at £49.99 / $49.99.
Pre-order are available from Amazon (US) and the PS Store.
As for framerate, the PS5 offers stunning 4K display and 120 FPS - bringing you closer to the action than ever before.
For those that bought Nioh 2 on the PS4 who now want to upgrade to the PS5 then fear not, as you will be entitled to a free upgrade to the Nioh 2 Remastered – The Complete Edition on the Next Gen console.
You will also be entitled to a free Next Gen upgrade to any DLC expansions that you currently own on the PS4 too.
3D audio also arrives with the remaster, and fear not, multiplayer cross-play with PS4 players will be supported.