Ni no Kuni is one of the most beloved RPGs to have been released in the last few years, thanks to its charming cast of characters, its heart-warming story, and its beautiful visual aesthetic. As such, people are looking forward to its sequel, the upcoming Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, with great anticipation. And though we expect it to deliver on several fronts, just as its predecessor did, things are not going to be completely the same.
In this feature, in anticipation of its looming release, we’re going to take a look at fifteen vital pieces of information on Ni no Kuni II, from the changes that are being made by Level 5 to some of the more general stuff. Without further ado, then, let’s begin.
NO MORE STUDIO GHIBLI
Studio Ghibli’s beautiful art style and animation was one of the major reasons for the praise Ni no Kuni drew from critics and fans alike when it first launched on the PS3. However, things have changed quite a lot for the animation house since then, and since they now mostly operate in a production capacity, they are no longer collaborating with Level 5 on Ni no Kuni II. Obviously, that’s cause for concern for a lot of people, but it’s not all bad news…
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