Nioh Collection does not do the remaster exercise very well but offers such gargantuan content that substance takes precedence over form. The two episodes of the series still benefit from notable additions, in addition to shorter loading times, a photo mode and features of the DualSense: it is the possibility of playing in 4K / 60fps and 1080p / 120hz which catches the eye, even if this last mode does not upset the battles of Nioh (despite a notable gain in fluidity). But the biggest problem is the technical pitfalls of the core titles. In addition to a rather dated engine – which is not intended to be changed in a remaster – it is above all the late display of shadows and assets on the horizon that challenges, especially in the second opus. A small problem for those who will benefit from the free upgrade between PS4 and PS5 for Nioh 2 (not possible with the first episode), but who may have a bitter taste for new buyers. The whole does not spoil the qualities of the series. But you have to know what to expect.