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Ninja Gaiden Master Collection
Ninja Gaiden Master Collection

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Will Run In 4K And 60FPS

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Koei Tecmo America revealed the latest Pre-Order and Digital Deluxe bonuses for the upcoming Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection.

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection features Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and Ninja Gaiden: Razor’s Edge. The collection will release digitally on June 10, 2021, for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (playable on PlayStation 5 via Backward Compatibility), the Xbox One consoles (playable on Xbox Series X|S via Backward Compatibility), and Windows PC via Steam. Xbox One X, PS4 Pro, and next-gen consoles can run the game at 4K resolution at 60fps.

The special Digital Deluxe Edition includes a beautifully vibrant 70-page digital art book, a soundtrack featuring over 180 tracks, and all three games in this knockout collection. Those who pre-order the Standard or Digital Deluxe version on PlayStation 4 will receive a special theme for their console and five Ninja Gaiden-themed avatars, while those who pre-order the Digital Deluxe version on Xbox One will receive 10% off of their purchase.

Bonuses available for Nintendo Switch and Steam pre-orders, alongside the dates they will go live, will be revealed soon.

Here is an overview of the Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection via Koei Tecmo.

The Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection brings the renowned action games to PC and consoles, allowing fans to once again experience the tale of “super ninja” Ryu Hayabusa as he battles deadly fiends causing chaos around the world. Ninja Gaiden Sigma, originally released in 2007, set the standard of high-speed action for the series – introducing dual-wielding weapons, and a Mission Mode alongside its gripping Story Mode.

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, originally released in 2009, continued Hayabusa’s journey alongside characters Ayane, Rachel, and Momiji, with four difficulty levels testing the player’s battle techniques with every heart-stopping fight. The latest entry, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, originally released in 2012, upped the challenge with powerful new enemies and fiercely violent depictions, as well as bringing Kasumi into the action, making it the series’ most alluring white-knuckle experience to date.

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