Level-5 Details Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom In New Update
(Last Updated On: February 9, 2017)

Bandai Namco and Level-5 took to Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom’s official website to reflect new content via an update. Peering over to the game’s official Japanese website we can see that a new video is now up along with character bios and more. Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is set to come out for PC and PS4 sometime in 2017.

Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom official website now reflects new stuff like segments detailing the battle system, character bios, the city of Ding Dong Dell (insert Lenny face here), screenshots and a new video.

The character bios cover Evan, Roland, Tani and the small creatures the Higgledies. Looking over to the young Evan, he once was the former king of Ding Dong Dell, and during his adventure he declares that he wants to unite the world of Ni no Kuni. As for the character Roland, he is a 48 year old president of a big country in Ichi no Kuni. When he travels to Ni no Kuni he becomes a 20 year old man (sounds pretty creepy) and still upholds his strong sense of justice and stubborn behavior.

Tani is said not to be blood-related to Gatto, a leader of air bandits, but is considered to be the daughter of Gatto having found her when she was young. Holding back feelings for things that are cutesy, it is said that she takes up a bossy behavior that is often shown through her character. We also learn about the Higgledies, who can only be seen by those who have pure hearts. Residing in everything, they allow their powers to be borrowed to traverse around and to be used in battle.

Looking over to the world map and traveling, players will have the opportunity to freely adventure the vast world of No no Kuni in the form of a diorama. There will be unique dungeons sprawled around the land that will call for players to use the Higgledies and magic to traverse.

Instead of detailing about the world map or the battle system further, you can watch a video that visually shows parts of the world map and the battle system, thanks to Level5ch.

Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is set to come out for PC and PS4 sometime in 2017. For more information pertaining to this game you can hit up its official website.


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  • Michael Anon

    Please please please port Ni no Kuni as well!