Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Looks Charming in Ten Minutes of New Gameplay

Bandai Namco Entertainment shows off more charming Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom gameplay from chapter 2 of the upcoming JRPG by Level-5

on February 14, 2018 4:56 PM

Bandai Namco Entertainment seems to be really, really intent on showing off the beauty of Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, and today they released another gameplay video.

The video shows the beginning of chapter 2, titled “A Kingdom to Come,” showing Evan struggling with the idea of becoming king, and explaining to his newly-found companion Roland how things work. This is pretty important as defeating the Kingmakers is a crucial focus of the game.

We also get plenty of gameplay, in which Evan and Roland fight their way through a few minutes worth of enemies.

You can check it out below. If you want to see more,  you can also check out another trailer featuring the music of Joe Hisaishi, one more showing the city of Goldpawour recent hands-on preview, details on the battle system, another gameplay trailer focusing on combat the latest batch of 4K screenshots in Englishmore screenshots from the Japanese version of the gamea video featurette focusing on the characters, another from December about the kingdom builder feature itself, a longer gameplay video showcasing the skirmish modeanother semi-recent gameplay clip focusing on boss battles, one more gallery of screenshot and artwork, a video focusing on animation and visuals, and another trailer featuring the Japanese voice actors.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will launch for PS4 and PC on March 23rd, 2018.

 /  Executive News Editor
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