Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom's latest piece of DLC is coming soon, and it now has a trailer to go along with it.
You can check out the new trailer for Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom's The Tale of a Timeless Tome below, ahead of its official release next week. This is the first proper trailer we've had for the upcoming content drop, though that probably doesn't matter anyway – you likely aren't done with the sprawling first game after all, are you?
This time, there's a weird old bunny appearing in people's dreams, where they're all staying at the Goldpaw Inn. The rabbit, in a top hat and tuxedo, has been visiting them on a regular basis. Naturally, protagonist Evan and his party decide to stay at the hotel to see what's going on, because this isn't something that just happens out of the blue.
The story reveals that the rabbit is actually the Conductor, which Bandai Namco has indicated will be familiar to those who played the original game, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Of course, the Conductor's role won't be clear until you get to play the game for yourself. There are an abundance of secrets waiting to be found, though, including a new character that players will have to meet fo themselves.
Aside from new characters and storylines, the Tale of a Timeless Tome DLC will include new combat methods as well as a new location for battle: the Solosseum Slog. There's a wide variety of monsters to fight off here and strong enemies to challenge. If you happen to come out on top, you'll get a slew of exciting new rewards.
Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom - The Tale of a Timeless Tome is due out on PlayStation 4 and PC on March 19.
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I should get back to playing that game. It wasn't bad.
Their release schedule on DLC is ridiculous.
I liked a lot about this game except the war battles. And they gated progress to them and the city building which were the 2 worst part of the game to me. I just want my jrpgs to low. Don't gate story behind tasks