Nioh Director Reveals Information on Game Length

Nioh Director Reveals Information on Game Length

It is much longer than anticipated.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Oct 26, 2016 @ 11:01 AM (Staff Bios)
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Team NINJA, which has once been known for its astounding difficulty plainly laid out in several of the Ninja Gaiden entries, is struggling to rise back onto the pedestal it once stood proudly on. However, it just might with the Nioh, the upcoming action title that takes a page from Dark Souls while keeping an Eastern mythological flair.

Recently, fans learned a bit more about Nioh, which shines a spotlight on a Western samurai named William Adams, thanks to WCCFTech's interview with the game's director, Fumihiko Yasuda, but what stood out to us were the game's length and the petition for a PC version.

According to these two questions:
 

"How long do you expect it will take players to complete the game, on average?

Yasuda: It will take on average around 70 hours.

Koei Tecmo recently ported a lot of games to the PC platform, and there's already a petition for Nioh. Is there a chance you might release the game on PC at some point?

Yasuda: We currently do not have any plans to release Nioh for PC."


You can check out the entire interview right here.

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