Ni No Kuni II up for Pre-order With Multiple Editions to Choose From

Posted on 08 Aug 2017

Due for release on January 19th of next year, the Studio Ghibli created Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is now available for pre-order with three different editions to choose from. As well as pre-order incentive in the shape of a set of extra swords for use in game. Though this second entry in the franchise is not being developed with direct involvement from Ghibli, several of their former employees are still active members of the development team at Bandai Namco.

The three editions available, Standard, Prince and King, will set you back £49.99, £69.99 and £129.99 respectively for the PC, with each one being around £10 more expensive for the PlayStation 4. There’s also a Season Pass that will include two further content packs in the future. Included with the Prince and King, it will run to £20 if purchased separately, so it’s not coming cheap, whichever version you get. But there are some pretty impressive, physical, extras for those who make the extra monetary commitment.


Official Press Release

PRINCE’S AND KING’S EDITIONS

START YOUR JOURNEY WITH THESE REGAL EDITIONS

Richmond, LONDON – 8th August, 2017: Beginning today, Ni no Kuni fans will be able to pre-order Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and start a journey that will enchant both their consoles and their hearts, as they set out as the young king Evan into Ding Dong Dell and beyond.  To add even more magic to your adventure different editions will be available to pre-order:

PlayStation®4:

  • STANDARD EDITION: Full game and postcards – £54.99
  • PRINCE’S EDITION: Full Game, The Kingmakers: An exclusive making-of Ni no Kuni II on Bluray disc that will reveal the hidden secrets of the game’s design and development, a SteelBook™ case and the Season Pass – £84.99
  • DIGITAL PRINCE’S EDITION: Full Game and the Season Pass – £69.99
  • KING’S EDITION: Full Game, The Kingmakers: An exclusive making-of Ni no Kuni II on Bluray disc, The sound of Ni no Kuni II: a vinyl record featuring Joe Hisaishi-composed main theme in a beautiful pop-up gatefold slip, The Evolution of a King diorama figure, a 20cm tall rotating music box that plays the game’s main theme, The Art of Ni no Kuni II: an exclusive 148-pages artbook featuring concept art from Momose-san and LEVEL-5, an exclusive SteelBook™  and, finally, the Season pass – £139.99

Windows PC:

  • STANDARD EDITION: Full game – digital only – £49.99
  • PRINCE’S EDITION: Full Game, Season Pass – digital only – £69.99
  • KING’S EDITION: The full Game as a download code and all the content listed in the PS4 King’s Edition: the vinyl, the making-of Bluray, the diorama music box, the artbook,  SteelBook™ and Season Pass – £129.99

For those who pre-order the game a Special Sword set (5 weapons) will be available for free.

The Season Pass included in the PRINCE’S and KING’S EDITION will feature 2 additional pieces of content and will be available as a standalone purchase for 20.00€

Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM will be available on the PlayStation 4 system and PC from 19th January, 2018.


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Comments (3)


Posts: 271
L Coulsen
Posted 08 Aug 2017, 16:56
It's okay. Not like we have baby coming in December or anything -.-

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K-putt
Posted 11 Aug 2017, 18:20
And there is still no way to play the first one on current systems. It's not like a remaster is needed either. Just up the resolution, add 60FPS and you're good to go. Come on, Namco. Dew it.

Posts: 271
L Coulsen
Posted 13 Aug 2017, 11:15
I'd be happy with a straight port without even a single bell or whistle