The Second DLC For Ni No Kuni II Has Been Revealed

The Second DLC For Ni No Kuni II Has Been Revealed

Bandai Namco, the makers of so many anime games, has revealed the next DLC for Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Called The Lair of the Lost Lord, this second content pack offers more than a simple handful of extra challenges. No, Lost Lord is a story add-on, featuring a new dungeon with powerful enemies to face.

Lair of the Lost Lord also won’t skimp out on fancy doodads and other story content. The DLC includes more than a whopping 80 pieces of new equipment. You can also take on additional quests that we’re told will reveal more on the backstory of some of the main characters. Finally, the pack will allow you to face a returning enemy who’s looking to even an old score.

Ni No Kuni 2 Dlc

10,000 Years Dungeon!

I wish we had a trailer showing off all the new dungeon and equipment. But instead, we just have this nice and sterile press release that I’m priming myself to go through for you. I take any and all thanks in cash form. Here are the details on the latest DLC:

  • Deep in the Rubbly Ruins, a mysterious gate has opened, opening the way to a Labyrinth. Inside, its ruler, the Prince of Wraiths, intends to use the power of corruption to wipe the Evermore Kingdom off the map. It’s up to you and your team to put an end to his schemes.
  • Lair of the Lost Lord enhances the combat system with a new ability: The Martial Method. This new power is granted to you by the memories of some of the characters you met during the course of the game.

Lair of the Lost Lord is the second DLC for Ni No Kuni II, and it will become available as part of the season pass. You can also purchase it separately if you so wish. It will be available to download for PC later this year.

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