Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Looks Gorgeous in 25 Minutes of PS4 Gameplay

Bandai Namco released about twenty-five minutes of PS4 gameplay of Level-5's upcoming JRPG Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.

on January 3, 2018 4:07 PM

Today Bandai Namco released a long gameplay video of the upcoming JRPG by Level-5 Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.

The gameplay showcases skirmish mode one of the RTS-style field battles in which Evan has to lead his troops in combat, while the second part of the video showcases a more classic JRPG gameplay culminating with a wyvern warlord boss fight.

Incidentally, we can see that the game is played on PS4, even if we don’t know whether it’s on the standard model or on PS4 Pro.

You can check out the video below.  If you want to see more,  you can also enjoy a small video released last week about the kingdom builder feature (which is connected to the skirmish mode), another semi-recent gameplay video focusing on boss battles, a gallery of screenshot and artwork, a trailer focusing on animation and visuals, another trailer featuring the Japanese voice actors, some more gameplay another trailer and screenshots from Gamescom released this Summer, the North American special editionsthe European onesanother beautiful gameplay video, the trailer released back at E3, another colorful batch of screenshot alongside more gameplay, and one more gallery of images.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will launch for PS4 and PC on March 23rd, 2018. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait a couple of months longer than the originally-announced January launch.

 /  Executive News Editor
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