Nioh 2 Update 1.26 Adds DLSS Mode for All RTX Cards; Patch Notes Here

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Nioh 2 was released on PC this month and is very enjoyable to play. However, it also suffers from a terrible performance. The developer, Team NINJA, is aware of that and has released several patches to address the issue. Now, they are back with yet another important update.

Update 1.26 was released today and it made quite a few changes. Nvidia RTX users will now have the ability to enable DLSS in the graphic settings. This will drastically increase the performance of RTX 2000s and RTX 3000s GPUs but make sure to install the latest drivers.

The update also added a new transformation called Dragon Ninja. Players will have to go to the Shrine and select Boons to acquire the said transformation. This is available to all platforms.

The highlights of the patch are mentioned below.


Additional Features

  • Added the “Dragon Ninja” transformation
  • You can acquire it by accessing “Boons” from the Shrine


Additional Features

  • “DLSS” added to “Graphic Settings”
  • Available for GeForce RTX Series graphics boards
  • Please ensure you have the latest drivers
  • This setting can be switched outside of missions


Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where users of the PS4 version of Nioh 2 and Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition could not be matched with each other when the multiplayer matching condition was set to “Friends”


Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where the Stance key guide in the bottom right corner of the screen would not display correctly with the “Control configuration” setting was changed to “Custom” in “Controls”.

The complete patch notes are mentioned on the official Twitter post.

Nioh 2 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. It will remain the latest Nioh game for a while, as the developer confirmed that the franchise has reached a resting point.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Nioh 2 on PC? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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