Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja have announced that Nioh has sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide since its launch, about 500,000 copies more than the previous milestone of two million pieces cut in May 2018.
Nioh was launched on PS4 in February 2017 and the following November the game arrived on PC, in both cases with a good success with the public and critics, repeatedly denied, at least for the moment, instead the possible debut of the game on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
At E3 2018, Koei Tecmo announced Nioh 2 for PlayStation 4, but at the current time there are no details on the project, and the launch seems to be scheduled for 2019, even if a delay to 2020 is not totally excluded, considering the lack of information from the Ninja Team.
Of Nioh 2, at the moment, we know very little. At the Los Angeles fair last June, Team Ninja said that the goal is to expand the original experience, limiting, at the same time, the flaws. An editor of the character will be included, while the plot, although linked to that of the predecessor, can be enjoyed without any problem even by the newcomers.
The release of Nioh 2 is expected in the course of 2019 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. Recall that the first chapter can be purchased, as well as on Sony consoles, even on PC.