Nioh 2 version 1.25.1 update is out, Patch Notes on February 10

A new update for Nioh 2 complete edition is rolling out on February 10. Developer Team Ninja released a new update 1.25.1 for the Nioh 2 Complete Edition which brings performance improvement, bug fixes and more.

Talking about bug fixes in this new update 1.25.1, it solved mouse sensitivity, game crashing issue and a few more fixes are included. This  update 1.25.1 for Nioh 2 is now available to download on PC Steam. Here is the full details about patch notes 1.25.1, have a look below.

Nioh 2 Patch Notes 1.25.1

  • The confirmation button can now be changed from “Controls”
  • Fixed an issue where the lock-on target would switch when the mouse was moved, even if the “Move Camera/Switch Lock-On Target” setting was changed to an option other than “Move Mouse” in “Keyboard & Mouse Settings”.
  • Fixed an issue where the mouse sensitivity could become so high that it became impossible to change the settings
  • Fixed an issue which sometimes prevented the selection of certain resolutions and caused the game screen to be cut off due to the Windows settings
  • Fixed an issue which made the game prone to crashing in certain environments
    • If the game repeatedly crashes in a specific place, please try the following:
      • Right-click on “Nioh 2 Complete Edition” in the Steam client ⇒ “Properties” ⇒ “Local File” ⇒ “Verify Integrity of Game Files”
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the game to crash when displaying the descriptions of equipment special effects.
  • Alleviated the issue where the frame rate tended to drop when “Effect Quality” was set to “High” in “Graphics Settings”.
    • We are continuing to investigate and address this issue
  • Reduced the tendency for the game to run slowly when certain attacks hit the walls
  • Fixed an issue that caused black bars to appear on the left and right sides of the screen during multiplayer on ultra-wide monitors.
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SourceSteamdb

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