Acclaimed samurai action RPG Nioh is coming to PC on November 7.

It released on PlayStation 4 to widespread acclaim in February.

"While the comparisons to the From Software library are unavoidable, this is a very different experience, and – in my opinion – superior in every way," wrote Gameplanet's Chris Brown of the PlayStation 4 version. "This is a game that moves the genre forward."

Nioh will be available on Steam as Nioh: Complete Edition, which includes all three of its DLC expansions: Dragon of the North, Defiant Honour, and Bloodshed’s End.

Strangely, Koei Tecmo appears to suggest in its press release that PC players will be locked into one of two graphics modes: a 60fps Action Mode, or a 4K Movie Mode that presumably runs at 30fps.

PC players will get an extra in-game item at least: a Dharmachakra Kabuto helmet that's also referred to as a 'Steam' or 'Valve' helmet. Subtle.

A Complete Edition of Nioh is coming to PC on Nov. 7