ESRB’s assessment does not confirm that video games will be a reality, but we hope that this latest one will be a reality. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is a colorful follow-up to Ni no Kuni: White Witch’s Wrath (come to Switch in 2019 after widespread significant success), and recently several eagle-eyed journalists I noticed ESRB The rating of the sequel to Switch was displayed.
So what does this mean? Well, I can’t say exactly. Ni no Kuni II appeared on PC and PlayStation 4 in 2018 and was developed by Professor Layton and Level-5, the maker of Fantasy Life. Given that the first game already exists on Switch, it makes sense to publish a sequel. ,Also. However, Level 5 then withdrew from game production in the West and “virtually stopped” game production in North America.
So it’s unlikely we’ll get New arrival The Level-5 one, Ni no Kuni II, is already localized (and brilliantly) and needs to be ported to the Nintendo Switch system. This probably involves an external transplant company.
Still, a game usually takes months from ESRB rating to publication, as getting a rating means that there is a playable version of the game. So keep an eye on the announcement.