In a very special type of super-hard Japanese action game, The boss of Nioh 2 Is the king. At the end of each mission, sometimes sometimes twice in one level, waiting for a big cheese, a top tough guy, ready to squeeze your Shiftling Samurai into an Amrita paste.
Although some bad guys were the hardest hit by early enemies, many bad guys have unique ways of attacking, or at least a combination of actions you've seen before, punishing new ways in a funny way.
Here are our constantly released Nioh 2 Boss Guides that gather tips and strategies on how to beat the toughest bosses in the game.
We spent most of our time in contact with the bosses encountered in Nioh 2's main mission, but I felt the need for a side mission battle as it immediately knocked down two strong enemies.
However, in general, when performing auxiliary tasks, you can return to them in the game after upgrading the characters, and they are really easy to use arrogantly. If you're stuck on the leader of a secondary mission, use the sacred branch to retreat to the starting point and then back again.
Defeating bosses in marginal missions does get a lot of Guardian Spirits, so at some point they are worth doing so.
For more information on the weapons in Nioh 2, check out our page here. Or if you want to get the most out of your role, you can find it here.
Otherwise, check out the boss guides we need. Each video has an instructional video that puts me in sight in the first blind game. I used to have to borrow a pair of women's sports gloves to defeat one of Sekiro's bosses because my hands were too clumsy-if I could be any boss, then you can too.
Nioh 2 Boss Guides in chronological order
Nioh 2 Support Mission Guide
Nioh 2 enemy guide