Ni no Kuni Cross Worlds, mobile MMO pre-registrations will open in April

Ni no Kuni Cross Worlds, mobile MMO pre-registrations will open in April

Ni no Kuni Cross Worlds

Netmarble has announced that on April 14, 2021 will open the pre-registrations of Ni no Kuni Cross Worlds, the long-awaited MMO for iOS and Android inspired by the games of the same name by Bandai Namco. To celebrate the event, the publisher will also publish a commercial with the music of Joe Hisashi, the composer of many melodies used in Studio Ghibli films.

Netmarble has developed Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds in collaboration with Level- 5, the original development studio. Level-5 created the two previous Ni no Kuni titles, released by Bandai Namco and available on console and PC, in collaboration with several artists from Studio Ghibli. This new chapter, however, will be available for all iOS and Android devices. It is a portable MMORPG that maintains the same great style of the original games, but expands the mechanics to be suitable for a multiplayer game. For the moment Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds has been announced for Asian regions only.

Five different classes to choose from will be available in Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds. Players will be able to customize their own kingdoms, as well as their own characters. On the official website it will be possible to find all the information about the game, the pre-registration and the invasion mechanics that will be at the center of the experience.

Here you can also find out the rewards that will be obtained by pre-registering at the game. Netmarble, in fact, will disclose this information only later.

Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds will be released for Android and iOS devices in 2021, while pre-registrations will be available starting April 14, 2021 through the Android and iOS digital stores.


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