Ni No Kuni 2 Change model leaks by way of an ESRB score
Ni No Kuni 2 is coming to Nintendo Change, in response to an unceremoniously revealed ESRB itemizing.
Gematsu noticed the itemizing for Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom – Prince’s Version on the Leisure Software program Rankings Board’s official website, and it is nonetheless on-line as of this writing. The Prince’s Version particularly consists of the bottom recreation and two enlargement DLC packs, in addition to some additional tools to make use of in-game, however the itemizing itself would not reveal something new – simply the same old content material warnings of motion and fight in a fantastical world.
We’ll seemingly have to attend for an official announcement from Bandai Namco to be taught whether or not the usual version will come to Change as nicely, or if there are any particular options distinctive to the brand new model on Nintendo’s console. Ni No Kuni 2 was initially launched for PC and PS4 again in 2018, however the sequence has a historical past of taking its time for Change: the primary Ni No Kuni was initially launched in 2011, and the unique model was delivered to Change (together with up to date remasters for PC and PS4) in 2019.
The Ni No Kuni sequence has solely had the 2 foremost video games since 2011, nevertheless it’s quickly expanded into different territories since then, together with an animated film on Netflix and a strategic board recreation adaptation. Developer Stage 5 has additionally confirmed that it has plans for a 3rd Ni No Kuni online game, although we’ve not gotten an official have a look at it but.
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