Nioh 2, which recently debuted for Steam, is facing problems such as frame rate issues and inething in not changing screen inputs. Players who say the game is virtually unplayable are waiting for the developer team’s update.
Nioh 2, an action role-playing game developed by Team Ninja, was recently released for Steam. The game has been the focus of controversy since its debut, and many players face problems such as frame rate issues and ine ways to change screen inputs. These problems even cause some players to demand a refund for Nioh 2.
When we look at Nioh 2’s Steam reviews, 1,329 of the more than 4,350 reviews were negative and the overall evaluation of the game was ‘Mixed’. A large number of players who make negative evaluations for the game complain of similar frame rate and systemic errors.
Players complain about FPS drop:
One player who has a negative review of the game says that although it uses an AMD Ryzen processor and nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card, it has dropped below 30 FPS. Another player reports that the RTX 3080 graphics card and Ryzen R9 5900x experience frame drops of up to 25 FPS.
On the other hand, broadcaster KOEI Tecmo claimed that before the game was even released, the PC version offered support for full mouse and keyboard customization, gamepad compatibility, 4K Ultra HD, HDR & 144 Hz and 60/120 FPS.
However, there are some problems with the mouse and keyboard control scheme. In addition to all this, the game does not offer a ‘raw input’ Mouse setting and instead trys to simulate the analog stick of a gamepad. This causes in-game mouse movement to be quite bad and become almost unplayable.
Nioh 2 was first released for the PlayStation 4 platform in March 2020. Many players are disappointed that the game, which has very positive review results on the PS side, has not been able to offer the same experience on the PC side. We’ll see if the developer team can fix these errors in the coming days.