Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Prince’s Edition on Nintendo Switch Leaked by ESRB

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

The Nintendo Switch version of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has been leaked by the ESRB, noting it is the “Prince’s Edition.”

After a coup by the former king’s advisor, young king Evan is driven from Ding Dong Dell. Now he and an isekai’d president Roland must seek out their own Kingmaker, gain support from the other kingdoms, and forge a new one to unite against the terrible forces in motion.

Unlike the first game, players directly control their characters in combat; but are assisted by small creatures called Higgledies. These creatures can unleash special attacks depending on the combination of their types and gear they are equipped with. Players must also build and manage Evan’s new kingdom, gaining new materials to set up shops and other services.

The game has appeared on the ESRB’s website, listed as “Ni no Kuni™ II: REVENANT KINGDOM PRINCE’S EDITION” for Nintendo Switch. This may indicate the game will come with its DLC. The game has a T for Teen rating for fantasy violence and mild blood.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

Welcome to the beautiful world of Ni no Kuni!

After being overthrown in a coup, the young king Evan sets out on an extraordinary quest to found a new kingdom, unite his world and protect its inhabitants from the dark forces that threaten them.

Join him on an unforgettable adventure which blurs the line between animated feature film and video game. Developed by LEVEL-5, Ni no Kuni II features enchanting character designs from the legendary artist Yoshiyuki Momose and a stirring soundtrack composed by the world-famous Joe Hisaishi.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is available on Windows PC (via Steam), and PlayStation 4.

Other recent rating board leaks include Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania thanks to Australia, No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle coming to Windows PC thanks to the ESRB, and no doubt many more in the future.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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