Goddess of Victory: NIKKE PC Version Launches February 15, Chainsaw Man Collaboration Announced

    The anime phenomena comes to the aid of NIKKE.

    Shift Up announced the long-awaited PC version of Goddess of Victory: NIKKE launches on February 15, and players can download the game before maintenance ends. Additionally, Goddess of Victory: NIKKE and Chainsaw Man crossover for a new collaboration event. 

    Just one week after the PC version launches, Goddess of Victory: NIKKE players on all three versions may participate in a brand-new Chainsaw Man collaboration event. Popular Chainsaw Man characters such as Makima, Himeno, and Power will lend their aid to the NIKKE cause with powerful weapons at their disposal. The Chainsaw Man collaboration begins on February 22 worldwide. 

    To celebrate the Chainsaw Man collaboration, Shift Up is hosting a giveaway where one lucky winner earns a special keychain set. Fans may enter the giveaway by following @NIKKE_en on Twitter and retweeting the post below by March 14:

    As previously reported, servers, data, and content are synced between the existing mobile versions of Goddess of Victory: NIKKE and the new PC version. Players are able to enjoy the game on multiple platforms with a single account. Additionally, players may take advantage of large displays and keyboard and mouse controls in the PC version. 

    Language options for the PC version include English, Japanese, Korean, German, Thai, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese with English, Japanese, and Korean audio. Six login options will be available for the PC version: email, Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Line. The mobile version’s guest login option is not supported on PC. 

    Check out the new trailer below: 

    Goddess of Victory: NIKKE x Chainsaw Man Trailer

    Lastly, Goddess of Victory: NIKKE is available now for Android and iOS worldwide.

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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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