Well, we finally have a release date, as announced by publisher Koei Tecmo on Gamer.ne.jp (translation via WCCF Tech), for that PvP update Team Ninja mentioned back before Nioh was launched: May 2nd of this year. On the same day, the company is also launching a free update that will implement online PvP in the action RPG.
According to Koei Tecmo, "The Dragon of Tohoku" will come with new scenarios, new characters, new stages, new weapon types, new guardian spirits and new yokai. This gives you access to Dragon of the North as well as other expansions that will be released in the near future.
More information regarding the specific release dates for the game's upcoming DLC will be coming soon, so be sure to stay tuned. Dragon of the North will retail for 1300 Yen, which translates to £9.99/$9.99 in the West.
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Dragon of the North is the first of three paid DLC chapters for Nioh.
You can, however, purchase the games season pass for just £19.99.
Nioh is now available for the PS4 and garnered a strong amount of critical praise at launch for its combat, customization, over-the-top characters and pacing.