Need more Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom in your life? Bandai Namco and Level-5 have you covered with a new short gameplay video. The new video explores the battle system and shows what danger the Mumshroom and Jelly Queen have in store.
Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom has been delayed multiple times in order to deliver a more robust and textured game when it comes to gameplay and RPG mechanics. There’s no telling if the game will be better than the first title, but what is for certain is that the devs are spending quite a bit of time working out problems nestled within Revenant Kingdom.
Moreover, while we wait for the devs to iron out and squash all the bugs found in the 2018 Level-5 RPG, Bandai Namco released a new gameplay video to hold fans over during the three and a half months of waiting.
The new trailer is a short new gameplay video showing snippets of combat against the Mumshroom and Jelly Queen. The video shows the act of switching between characters, running around and using three different character moves/attacks to combat said enemies.
The combat video doesn’t show anything that’s significant, but if you want to see how the second game’s combat looks and how the music sounds, look no further:
“*Headphones recommended* The combat and music in Ni no Kuni II is like nothing else out there. Check out some new battle footage from game and get ready for adventure!”
Hopefully the game will please fans of RPGs and those who like Ni no Kuni, especially with all the delays that hit the game in recent times.
If you want to know how Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will be at launch, you can prep yourself for its PC via Steam and PS4 release come March 23rd, 2018.
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