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Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
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Game Information
Japanese Name 二ノ国:Cross Worlds
Romaji Ni no Kuni Cross Worlds
Platform(s) Android, iOS
Engine Unreal Engine 4[1]
Developer(s) Netmarble
Genre Role-playing
Mode Single-player, multiplayer
Release date June 10, 2021 (Japan)

Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is a role-playing game created by Netmarble and published by Level-5 released for Android and iOS in Japan. It was first revealed at "G-Star", in November 2019, and Tokyo Game Show presented the first gameplay footage in September 2020.[2] On May 15th 2021, it was announced that the game would be released on June 10th of the same year.

According to some sources, the game will have a global release on the first half of 2022. [3]

Plot

The player is a beta tester for a virtual reality fantasy game called "Soul Divers". Once inside, the AI which was suposed to act as a guide for the players, a girl called Rania, breaks the system while trying to warn the player of something. When the player wakes up, they find themselves in the middle of a fierce battle. They are able to escape from danger thanks to Queen Sia and Cluu. Afterwards, the player heads to the Kingdom of Evermore, to seek aid in protecting their nameless kingdom and the whole of Ni no Kuni, and they begin to realize that the new world might not be a game after all...

Gameplay

Unlike in previous Ni no Kuni games, the player can choose their own class. The appareance and name of said main character are also customizables. There are five classes:

This game combines the combat systems of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, in that the player attacks with their own weapon but also carries three familiars who support them.

Characters

  • Rania
  • Cluu
  • Queen Sia
  • Platypaws
  • Chloe
  • Great Uncle Autumn
  • Lucilion
  • Edelian
  • Natrum, the World Keeper of Earth
  • Bryce
  • Ignis, the World Keeper of Fire
  • Giggles

Story

Spoiler warning!
This section contains plot details, which may spoil your gameplay.

The Nameless Kingdom

Evermore

The Arcana Expedition


Trivia

  • The game grossed over $100 million within 11 days after its release, beating other famous titles such as Genshin Impact and Pokemon GO despite being only available in East Asia at the time.[4]

Sources

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