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Nioh: The Complete Edition is FREE at Epic Games Store


Ready to die? Experience the newest brutal action game from Team NINJA and Koei Tecmo Games. Free at Epic Games Store until September 16th 2021 at 5 PM CET.

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The Complete Edition contains the full game, as well as the three expansions with additional story chapters: Dragon of the North, Defiant Honor, and Bloodshed’s End.

Dragon of the North
This expansion opens up the Tohoku region, where the “one-eyed dragon” Date Masamune is secretly gathering spirit stones.

Defiant Honor
Fight your way through the Siege of Osaka’s winter campaign as you follow the story of one of Japan’s greatest generals from the Warring States period, the brave Sanada Yukimura.

Bloodshed’s End
Join the summer campaign of the Siege of Osaka as the Warring States period draws to a close in this, the final chapter of William’s tale.


Just head over to Epic Games Store or navigate to the game in their launcher before September 16th 2021, add the game to your cart and checkout. Simple as that. After that, the game is yours to keep, and play, forever.

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  1. I really dug this game when I played it on PS up to the point where you had to start switching between 3 different stances mid-combat. Seemed to me like it was just unnecessarily overcomplicating the combat and I lost all interest. Still, a great freebie.

    • Yeah, something similar happened in the first Witcher game. You had to swap between quick, heavy and group. If you didn’t, it could make combat a slog.

    • Inspired is more like it. When something becomes popular, ever game dev and their mother tries to incorporate similar mechanics without directly copying it.

      • I like to call games like these Dark Souls rip-offs, but it’s not like Dark Souls was the first game that existed in this style. Inspirated is a better word, but I think greatly influenced would be a better word here.


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