Ni No Kuni 2 Season Pass DLC Detailed, Free Adventure Pack DLC Releasing This Year

Bandai Namco has finally revealed further details on the season pass for Ni No Kuni 2. The game launched back in March with a Season Pass, however, there were no details given for it that led to a growing concern among users who had purchased the Season Pass. Today, Bandai Namco has confirmed the Season Pass content and also shared information on a new DLC that will be available to everyone for free.

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom launched to a lot of critical acclaim at launch, however, the game was also available with a Season Pass that was only vaguely hinted before the release. According to Bandai Namco, this season pass will cover a new story content that is set to launch in 2019 and a DLC featuring a brand new dungeon that will be available this Winter.

Adventure Pack (free) – Out on August 9, the Adventure Pack provides new challenges for experienced players. It adds additional floors to the Faraway Forest cave, upon clearing, players will be rewarded with new costumes for Evan and other characters. Players will have the opportunity to challenge themselves with even stronger new bosses: Blackhart and Zeta. Additional quests will be unlocked after completing the story and unique rewards can be acquired.

Season Pass DLC #1 – Available this winter, this DLC will feature a brand new enigmatic dungeon for players to explore. Evan and friends will plumb the depths of this cryptic dungeon facing increasingly stronger enemies while trying to reach its deepest levels. The journey will be difficult, but the reward will surely be worth it!

Season Pass DLC #2 – Expected to release early 2019, an additional story expansion of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will be available full of exciting content. More details to be announced soon.

Ni No Kuni 2 is available now for the PS4 and PC. The game was developed and published by Bandai Namco.

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