The wait is over! Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds is finally up for pre-registration for all Android and iOS users. Its release in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan was a major success and ever since it crossed sky-high numbers in just the first 11 days, the creators made sure to start making it global.
Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds also contain exciting cutscenes from well-known animes like Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro. The cutscenes have added to the excitement since it has become clear that the art direction of the game is going to be excellent.
About and The Story
The game is originally created with Unreal Engine with unique aesthetics and offers a compelling outlook into the game. Unreal Engine’s involvement has ensured top quality visuals. The overall aesthetic of the game has been formed with a careful blend of reality and fantasy, offering a peek into both aspects of the gaming world to the player.
The player first enters the game as a beta tester in another in-game virtual reality fantasy game called Soul Divers. This initial entry takes an interesting turn as the AI guide called Rania breaks the system and warns the player about something. The player wakes up to find themselves in a fierce battle and escapes with the help of Queen Sia and Cluu to the Kingdom of Evermore. In seeking aid under this new kingdom, the players swears to protect their kingdom and all of Ni no Kuni.
There are five main classes in the game. This Ni no Kuni allows the players to choose their class and lets them customise their characters too. The five classes are as follows: Swordman (Attacker), Witch (Attacker), Engineer (Healer), Rogue (Support), Destroyer (Tank).
Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds combines the combat systems of two of the past Ni no Kunis (Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom). This new combination makes this game even more user-friendly and dynamic.
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