When Nioh: Complete Edition launched on PC a few weeks ago, players were bummed to see that there was no support for mouse, and while there was support for keyboard controllers, it was pretty cumbersome. Instead, if you wanted to get in on that samurai action you’d have to plug in a 3rd party controller.
Fortunately, Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja have come to their senses and will be adding long-awaited keyboard and mouse support to the game in a couple days time. Taking to Twitter to announce the news, the patch is set to also include some bug fixes and customizable key bindings.
— Team NINJA (@TeamNINJAStudio) November 27, 2017
Since the date is in Japanese Standard Time, the patch will likely arrive on the 29th in the Western world.
To see all the changes coming in this update check out the changelog below:
– Added camera/action controls for mice.
– Added customizable key bindings for keyboards.
– Fixed an issue with analogue stick sensitivity.
– Fixed an issue that would occasionally cause an error to occur when matchmaking at Torii Gates.
– Fixed other miscellaneous bugs.
Nioh: Complete Edition released for PC on November 7th. The port comes with all post-release DLC from the PlayStation 4 edition: Dragon of the North, Defiant Honour, and Bloodshed’s End. It also comes with an exclusive armor piece and some gameplay tweaks based on the console versions feedback.