Nov 01, 2016 08:26 AM EDT
‘Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom’ Will Feature Kingdom Creation System [VIDEO]
A system where players can build their own kingdom will be featured in "Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Level-5 CEO revealed that they are interested in creating games for Nintendo Switch.
The game company was silent since the video game was first announced for PlayStation 4, until now. CEO Akihiro Hino told Vandal in an exclusive interview of a few important details that the video game will have.
Hino confirmed that "Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom" will have a kingdom creation system that players will enjoy. This is possible due to console system the game will be released on, which on the PS4. He said that it will not be a simple RPG anymore, and it will have many differences this time around.
The game company CEO explained that they are planning to make games for the newly unveiled Nintendo Switch platform in the future. He said that it is important for them to find out the best way to take advantage of the console however.
Hino confirmed that they will not be launching any game titles during the upcoming video game console's launch. He also explained they will work on several titles once they get to know the specifications better and how they can take advantage of it.
The love for the first game was the inspiration for the game developers at Level-5 to create a sequel, Hino revealed. He said that the sequel will be a big improvement compared to the prequel in the past. He also said that there will be more challenges compared to the first one, and they are taking it head on to bring in the new features in the game.
According to the official website of PlayStation, "Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom" will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment America. It will be the sequel of the first game title "Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch," which was launched in 2013 on PlayStation 3 in the west. It was also launched on Nintendo DS in Japan.
Check out the "Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom" first trailer video below:
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