Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom – Prince’s Edition announced for Nintendo Switch, out this September worldwide

Level-5 have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom – Prince’s Edition, to be released on September 16th in Japan, and September 17th in Europe and North America (where it will be published by Bandai-Namco). It will be available both at retail and on the Nintendo eShop in all regions.

This version will be sold full price ($59.99 / 6 380 Yen), and will include the following:

  • the base game
  • all the DLC content ever released for the game, including the The Lair of the Lost Lord and Tale of a Timeless Tom DLC (worth about $25)

Here’s a trailer, some details, anda couple of pictures for the game:

Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM – PRINCE’S EDITION, developed by world-renowned video game studio LEVEL-5 Inc., with participation from the legendary artist Yoshiyuki Momose and music composed by Joe Hisaishi, tells the story of Evan Pettywhisker Tildrum, the young ruler of Ding Dong Dell. Evan is dethroned by a treacherous coup and must rebuild a new kingdom free of strife while uniting the whole world of Ni no Kuni. Across Evan’s grand adventure, players can explore a beautifully crafted world filled with exotic locations, a wide cast of characters to encounter, dangerous foes, and plenty of allies eager to help. Supporting Evan on his adventure are his friends Roland, Tani, Batu, Lofty and a natural phenomena known as the Higgledies. The Higgledies will provide invaluable support during battles including offensive and defensive buffs, increasing special attack power for Evan and his friends, and assist in attacking enemies. There are 100 unique Higgledies to collect, each with its own special powers. Mix and match different combinations of Higgledies during combat to strategically secure the upper hand in battles.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom – Prince’s Edition (Switch) comes out on September 16th in Japan, and September 17th in Europe and North America.

Source: Bandai-Namco PR / 4Gamer


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