Ni No Kuni II Special Editions Revealed for Europe: they’re Different from the American Ones

Those who are familiar with Bandai Namco won't be too surprised by the fact that Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom's special editions for Europe are different.

on August 8, 2017 10:31 AM

Following the reveal of the special editions of Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom for the Americas, Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe followed up with its own announcement.

Surprisingly, or maybe not-so-surprisingly for those who are familiar with how Bandai Namco often handles different regions, the special editions are different compared to the American ones.

The Standard edition will be released for PS4 and PC, with the PC version being digital only. The price will be respectively €70 and €59.99.

The Prince’s Edition includes the full game, a SteelBook case, the Season Pass, and “The Kingmakers” making-of Blu Ray. It will cost €95, and it will be released only for PS4.

The Digital Prince’s Edition includes only the game and the Season Pass, and will be released digitally for PS4 and PC, for €90 and €79.99 respectively.

The King’s Edition includes the full game, a SteelBook case, the Season Pass, The Kingmakers” making-of Blu Ray a 148-page artbook featuring concept art by Yoshiuki Momose and Level-5, a vinyl record with the soundtrack composed by Joe Hisishi and its pop-up cover, and the “Evolution of a King” diorama figure, with a 20 cm tall rotating scene, playing the main theme of the game as  amusic box. All is wrapped up in a special box. This edition will release in Europe both for PS4 and PC, costing respectively €150 and €140. The only difference is that the PC version won’t include the making-of Blu-Ray.

Those who will pre-order the game will also get a set of five special DLC swords, which you can see in the gallery.

The price of the season pass, if you want to purchase it by itself, will be €20 in Europe, including two DLC packs that have yet to be disclosed.

Below you can see images with the editions, the pre-order weapons and the box art (it’s the Italian one, but the only difference is the subtitle). If you want to compare against the American editions, you can find them in the dedicated article. If you want to see more,  you can also enjoy a beautiful gameplay video, the E3 trailer, a colorful batch of screenshot alongside more gameplay, and a second gallery of images.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will be released for PS4 and PC, and its release has been delayed to January 19th, 2018.

 /  Executive News Editor
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