Originally released on PS4 and Windows platforms in March 2018, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has felt like one of those surefire Nintendo Switch ports for years. And although it’s taken longer for the series’ brilliant second attempt to go portable than some of us had hoped, the flip side to that wait is that Switch owners can happily enjoy every last morsel of previous DLC courtesy of what Bandai Namco and Level-5 are calling Prince’s Edition.
We had reason to believe this was en route thanks to a recent ESRB filing, but now we know exactly when we can join (or rejoin) Evan in his quest to rebuild his rightful kingdom before darkness prevails.
Are you excited to hear composer Joe Hisaishi’s delectable tunes humming through your ears from the comfort of your bed? Or perhaps you’ll use them to help silence the hustle and bustle that stems from public transportation. Maybe you’ll listen to these sterling tracks while cooking up a delicious dinnertime meal, or as you labor to do the dishes afterward.
What? There’s more to Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom than just its spectacular soundtrack? Heck, maybe it’s time I played it, too.