Ni No Kuni II Special Editions Officially Announced with Prices; Season Pass Detailed

Bandai Namco officially reveals the special editions of Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, the Season Pass, and their prices.

on August 8, 2017 9:20 AM

Following a leak earlier this morning, Bandai Namco Entertainment America just officially announced the special editions for Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom for the American market.

The PS4 version of the game will get the following physical editions:

Day One Edition – $59.99

  • Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM game software
  • Special Sword Set DLC

Premium Edition – $79.99

  • Day One Edition content
  • Exclusive SteelBook Case
  • 3D Papercraft Kit
  • Dragon’s Tooth exclusive DLC sword
  • Music Collection CD

Collector’s Edition – $199.99

  • Premium Edition content
  • Ni no Kuni II Visual Arts Book
  • Chibi Mechanical Rotating Diorama
  • Lofty plush
  • The Making of Ni no Kuni II Blu-Ray
  • 3D Papercraft Display Case
  • Season Pass

It’s worth mentioning that the Collector’s Edition will be a limited print of 25,000 copies.

A digital deluxe edition will also be available for PS4 including the season pass and the Cat King’s Claw sword, also providing an exclusive dynamic theme and a set with more DLC swords as pre-order bonuses.

On top of that, we get the reveal of the contents of the season pass, that will be available digitally for PS4 and PC for $19.99. It will include two “large DLC” the content of which is still under wraps for the moment, and a “Supply Kit” including items to help you during your adventure.

Below you can see images with all the editions. And 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 is coming for PS4 and PC, and its release has semi-recently been delayed to January 19th, 2018, when it’ll hit the store shelves worldwide, both digitally and physically.

Update: the special editions have been revealed for Europe as well, and surprise, surprise, they’re different from the ones portrayed here.

 

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