The fact that they just had a fully functioning co-op mode in the demo not beta two weeks before release is really confusing. The difference is Nioh gave you access to these features in the betas. On beating the first second and first sub mission my friend, who had only beaten the first mission, linked up with me at the torii gate. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. It probably came down to the wire time-wise and they still thought it wasn't balanced. I'm so done with this thread lol if it bothers everyone that much that they can't nerf the game with team battle then just don't play. What exactly is the problem then? I would like to ask them to allow us to do torii gate Co-op.
However, the fact that players could join friends in co-op whenever they wanted in the may have misled some consumers, so Team Ninja may want to consider bringing the feature back in a future update for the game. It killed everything for me. But only at first glance. So in order to play co-op both players need to 1. I don't see anything wrong with letting us co-op in this way. I pretty much bought the game based on the alpha and demo where we could co-op together.
That would make it truly difficult. The only reason my friend and I bought this game was because we could co-op in the beta. What a waste of money. Once you have one, go to a shrine and select the option to summon a visitor. You have the same options as stated above but are restricted to only being able to search for and enter missions that you have already beaten.
You would just have to run through it twice. After a established this as a selling point and fan-favorite feature, the retail version featured a small tweak that essentially alters how this feature now functions. But if you intend to play through Nioh with a friend as you progress together, you won't be able to do this - despite that being an option in the beta. The best way to farm Ochoko Cups in Nioh Ochoko cups are remarkably rare considering how important their usage is, but there are a few relatively reliable ways to get your hands on them scattered throughout Nioh. After all, discovering the new stuff is the best part of playing the game. Not on the same account. We have so many other single player games in our backlog and coming up in the future, the only reason we jumped on this game so quickly is we love co-op games.
The game will then start looking for a companion and connect them to you as soon as it finds one. Set the same password 2. This guide will get you up and running on how to summon visitors and play co-op. Considering that the developers have already listened to feedback a lot this could very well be addressed in a patch but for now it is a bit annoying. Ochoko Cups allow you to summon other players into your game as visitors, so you can play co-operatively with them. This will allow you to play through missions and sub-missions together. Our guide may help you there.
This game is all about getting item sets n shit u gonna need to go back it's not that big a deal. How hard the game should be, or how other people want to play the game doesn't even make a blip on my radar. Share on: One particular change to the way co-op works in the retail version of Nioh has people riled up, and for good reason. Select Torii Gate from the menu, and then choose Yokai Realm with a Companion. They innovate on everything else but the one thing that matters most is friend co-op to me and they go backwards to the already backwards implementation on soulsborne series. Maybe they'll implement it properly if they decided to rebalance the game for more than one player. This restriction essentially prevents starting the game off in Co-Op with a friend impossible and has over this unexpected change.
Nioh is available now, exclusively for PlayStation 4. Here is the contact form for , who published the game. Nioh will notify you once a player has arrived. The following guide shows how to summon companion and play co-op in the game. Basically just set the password and change a setting in options iirc before using torii gate, but it allowed us to take on the Ogress without either of us doing so before that.
If anything, blind co-op is the best, most challenging form of co-op. It seems the 2 forms of co-op require 1 or both players to have beaten the stage already. Be sure to check out our Nioh for more tips, tricks, and information on the game. But what's the point of having co-op if you've already managed to solo an area? I seriously don't understand why they changed it. A hoonter is never alone? Right now, your co-op buddy will need to be ahead of you in the game for you to be able to play together, and that goes for any of the co-op modes available. Alternatively, a password system lets players get matched up with a specific friend without any restrictions, adding another great social element to the title. I said the one who wants to help needs it beaten.
But for now it seems that the option to co-op together on a level neither of you have played before is not there. This is a feature that will be a lifesaver for those who are less accustomed to these kinds of games, because bringing along someone else can make things much easier. With each beta, the game improved in one or more ways. It is my fault for expecting anything from the demo to be in the final game. With your option it's infinitely easier. Like we could in the beta. This seems similar to Dark Souls and Bloodborne.