The Ni No Kuni MMO Comes West Via Your Phone Or Your PC
Explore the world of Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds starting today.
Finally, the Ni No Kuni MMO – Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds – is available to players outside of Japan. For fans of the IP or anyone who just really enjoys anything reminiscent of Studio Ghibli animes, this is excellent news.
The game launched in Japan almost a year ago, so it's been a long – although not the longest ever, *cough* PSO2 *cough* – wait for a game to make its way west. But, considering how much money the game made for Level 5 and Netmarble when it launched in Japan, it was a pretty sure bet they’d want to start plucking the pockets of players elsewhere, so here we are.
In Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds, players will take on the role of a beta tester for a fictional VR game titled 'Soul Divers', which also happens to be the world of Ni No Kuni. Players will spend time rebuilding a kingdom and working to save two worlds, the game world and the in-game game world. Got that?
The game offers players five classes to choose from. The first class is the Swordsman. This class uses his one-handed sword to deal damage with rapid attacks. Next is Witch. She has a variety of skill effects and is most likely the healer class, among other things. The Engineer uses firearms of varying types in combat, while the Rogue is a ranged damage dealer who uses arrows and speed to get the job done. Finally, we have the Destroyer. He’s big and armed with a hammer – and is likely your tankity-tank. Of course, most of the class descriptions don’t use the common MMO terminology, so I’m guessing about that here.
As mentioned, the game is now live in the West. It’s a mobile/PC game so you can download it on your device of choice by hitting up the game’s official page.
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