The US agency ESRB issued an age rating of Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom for the Nintendo Switch. Officially, Bandai Namco did not have time to present a portable version of the sequel – now it is available only on the PS4 (and PS5 on backward compatibility) and PC. Notably, the rating gave out not the standard version of JRPG, but an extended one (“Princes Edition”).
It includes not only the game itself, but also a couple of story additions – “Lair of the Lost Lord” with a randomly generated dungeon and “The Book of the Wizard”, related to the first part. The sequel came out in 2018, and a year and a half later, the publisher updated the original for PS4 and PC – and Switch came out a direct port of the original with the PS3.
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