The Switch release ended up being leaked thanks to an ESRB rating earlier this year, revealing that it would be the Prince’s Edition of the game. This (now officially announced) version includes both Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and it’s DLC, “The Lair of the Lost Lord” and “Tale of a Timeless Tome”.
Based on the announcement trailer, it looks like little has changed from the PS4 and PC versions, outside of a noticeable dip in resolution and performance.
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom on Switch is the smaller of two September RPG releases by Bandai Namco — Tales of Arise recently made a reappearance, getting a September 10 launch date.
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