BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe announces today Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the Remastered White Queen against. This is an improved version of the popular action RPG 2013, which will be released on PlayStation 4 and PC with redesigned graphics. In addition, the original version of the Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the White Queen released for the Nintendo Switch – the official debut of the game on a handheld console.
Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the Remastered White Queen (PlayStation 4 and PC) offers extensive visual enhancements, allowing gamers on a PlayStation 4 to enjoy 1080p resolution and an upgrade rate of 60 frames per second. Owners of a PlayStation 4 Pro also have the option to play in real 4K resolution at 30 fps or at 1440p at 60 fps. Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the White Queen for Nintendo Switch is the first portable version of the acclaimed title. Switch owners can experience the game through TV mode at a resolution of 720p at 30 fps or play it in portable moving mode. Even today, the game is characterized not only by its dynamic combat system, which combines tactical elements in real-time and turn-based combat, but also by dozens of locations and hundreds of creatures, the universe of Ni no Kuni Make it so alive.
The plot originally developed by LEVEL-5 Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the White Queen is told through animations developed and designed by the legendary studio Ghibli. The whole thing is supported by the music of well-known composer Joe Hisaishi.
Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the White Queen portrays the charming but sad story of the young Oliver, who sets off on a journey into another world to bring back his mother, whom he tragically lost. With a copy of the Magical Companion in hand and his faithful friend drop by his side, Oliver must cross exotic lands to tame confidants, fight treacherous enemies, and overcome the numerous obstacles that exist between him and his mother's ransom.