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Ni No Kuni Remastered Prior to Leaks

With E3 merely a few days away, we’re now getting a combination of new releases and leaks. The latest leak involved Bandai Namco revealing Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered, and also included a piece of artwork as a part of their proof for the reboot.

The leak came through a publicly available link on Bandai Namco’s website, Gematsu (which has a complete description of each game). From various posters, the leaks are that a new game called Elden Ring for PS4, Xbox One and PC, is being launched by the makers of Dark Souls and Sekiro in collaboration with George R.R. Martin, creator of Game of Thrones. He’s been constantly working for this with the From Software. Though the sequel Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom came to PC last year, this would be the first time the JRPG gets a PC release.

The leak sprung forma security vulnerability on the official website and comes up with two box art-style images for the remaster, it also promises to provide an upscaled resolution up to 4k, and improved performance.

Though there’s no official comment about this after the news broke, it pretty much seems to be a real deal, considering the logo appearance and how it was produced and showed online. Thus, turning out all the rumors to be indeed true.

The game was originally made by Level-5 and released by BN on PS3 back in 2013, and it has remained a PS3 exclusive ever since. Many shocking responses came since people wanted to see the very first game released with Ni No Kuni II. But it looks like we’re finally getting this game, only a year late.

Meanwhile, some screenshots appeared recently showed revelations of another game, Tales of Arise, which is an Unreal Engine 4-powered entry in the Tales series of RPGs. We’ll soon find out what’s really coming out and where it’s headed.

Src: Kotaku, engadget

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