Three Ni no Kuni 2 DLC Packs Revealed, First Launches Next Month

Three Ni no Kuni 2 DLC Packs Revealed, First Launches Next Month

Bandai Namco has revealed three new DLC packs for Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom, which will launch throughout the rest of this year, and early 2019.

Ni no Kuni 2 is a long game, but Bandai Namco has today announced plans for even more Ni no Kuni 2 content for players, spread out over three DLC packs. The first will launch in August, with the latter two, bigger DLC packs, launching later this year and early in 2019.

The 'Adventure Pack' for Ni no Kuni 2 will launch on August 9, and will be free to download. This first pack is going to bring in several new costumes for Evan and other characters, which you'll earn upon clearing new floors in the Faraway Forest area of the game. There will also be two new boss characters as part of the Adventure Pack: Blackhart and Zeta.

The second DLC pack for Ni no Kuni 2 will launch at an unspecified time this winter. This second DLC pack will introduce a puzzling new dungeon for paying players to take on. This new dungeon will offer some new rewards for players upon completion, but we're not sure what these rewards are as of right now.

Finally, the third DLC pack for Ni no Kuni 2 will launch in early 2019. This DLC pack will also be paid for like the second pack, but will feature an entirely new story expansion for Evan and co. Bandai has said that additional details about this third DLC pack will be revealed at some point in the future.

The Adventure Pack launching in August for Ni no Kuni 2 will be free, but the latter two DLC packs will be included with the Season Pass for the game, which costs $19.99. If you're still working your way through the big JRPG, head over to our Ni no Kuni 2 Higgledy Stones guide, for the locations of all the magical companion characters in the game.

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