New information from Gamescom 2017 on the upcoming JRPG: Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom reveals some new details and expands on the new features.
One such feature is the new Kingdom Building Mode, which finely complements the adventures of Evan, a young king and the games main protagonist. Developer Level 5 has obviously been thinking about ways to enrich the JRPG title with new modes.
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, Long Live the King!
The new “Kingdom Building” game mode will allow you to expand your territories. This can be accomplished by completing quests that can bring in characters such as a Smith, who’ll settle down in your growing empire to support your cause, which then brings upgrades to your armory, and a boat builder who can grant you a naval fleet to name a few.
There are also special secondary quests that also allow you to expand your trading possibilities bringing in wealth and enables you to acquire various assets useful to your campaign.
To protect your flourishing kingdom from nearby invaders, there is a Real-Time Strategy game mode of sorts in the second part of the game called:“Skirmish”. Wielding the might your legion (which encompasses different strengths and weaknesses as well as units with different special abilities), you will face off against your foes, engaged in melee and ranged combat.
All the while, paying attention to the specializations of your enemies or the construction of the hostile forts to be taken, to adapt appropriate tactics accordingly.
Besides a new game mode, new information on one of the games character, Nerea has surfaced. Nerea, is the queen of a kingdom called “Hydropolis“, which is completely subordinated to the supervision of a gigantic eye. Nerea may also have the power to manipulate the element of water, which can make your journey more difficult.
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will be out on the Playstation 4 and PC on January 19th, 2018. You probably want to check out this awesome article about the bosses and gameplay and also catch up with the latest trailer and screenshots (which showcases “Skirmish Mode”).
For more information and news on upcoming games, you can follow our coverage on Gamescom 2017!