Koei Tecmo Social Media Says Fans Have to ‘Show Us You Want’ A Nioh Xbox One Release

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Koei Tecmo Europe’s Twitter account has sent off a tweet that might give Xbox One owners hope for a Nioh port. In response to a fan asking about the game heading to the console, the social media account replied, “Anything’s possible! You just gotta show us you want it.”

The comment appeared in a Twitter thread that began with the Koei Tecmo Europe account telling people to retweet and reply to let the company know which Xbox 360 games they would like to see become backwards compatible with the Xbox One. It is then that Nioh came up and the company offered the message regarding a port and suggesting fan interest could result in it happening.

Nioh originally appeared on the PlayStation 4 worldwide in February 2017. However, it eventually came to Windows PCs in November 2017. Nioh 2 was announced at E3 2018.

Nioh is immediately available on the PlayStation 4 and PC.

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