WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom – World map revealed, list of locations, screenshots

In WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom, your character decides to turn a new leaf, and moves in the Elnea Kingdom. How you decide to spend your days in this place is entirely up to you. One thing’s for sure: there are many places for you to explore: town, forest, dungeons, and more. If you’re wondering what the Elnea Kingdom looks like, you’re in luck: the latest update for the official website just happens to be about that!

To be more precise, althi added a map of the Elnea Kingdom to the website, and it’s interactive: you can actually click on the many locations, in order to check out a screenshot of it.

Here’s the complete list of locations found in WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom (at the very least, those listed on the official website, there may or may not be secret locations):

  • Emperor’s Bridge
  • Bath House
  • Niv Hill
  • Parade Grounds
  • Tavern
  • Forest Trail
  • Suburb Street
  • Elnea Wharf
  • Temple
  • Blast Furnace
  • Dhorme Mine
  • Yano Market
  • Northern Dock
  • Fountain Plaza
  • Corps Battleground
  • Lucky Tower
  • Wooden Bridge
  • River Promenade
  • Elnea Castle
  • Pharmacists Forest
  • Pasture
  • Waterfall
  • School
  • Royal Arena
  • Temple Street
  • Gehna Forest
  • Miasma Forest
  • Rabidfang Forest
  • Hunting Trail
  • Forest Route
  • Deep Forest
  • Northern Forest
  • Aqueduct
  • Riverside Forest
  • Mountain Corps Village
  • Mt. Dhorme Road
  • Castle Dock
  • Castle Street
  • Fountain Street
  • Towngate Square
  • Fields
  • Farm Street
  • Orchard
  • Rudder Hut
  • Cheese Shed
  • Emperor’s Bridge
  • Scholars Association
  • Ruins of Old Town
  • Forest of Ruins
  • Old Town Street
  • Old Town Ruins
  • Forbidden Forest
  • Forbidden Ruins
  • Ruins of Carnet

Here’s what the map looks like, as well as a screenshot for some of the locations (same order as in the list above):

WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom (Switch – eShop) comes out in Spring in Japan. No western release planned so far, but at launch, the game will be playable in English!



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