E3 2019: Ni No Kuni Remastered For PS4 And Xbox One Leaks

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In a series of pre-E3 2019 leaks involving publisher Bandai Namco's lineup, a remaster of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has been revealed ahead of its official announcement. Additionally, the original version of the game may also be headed to Nintendo Switch.

According to Direct-Feed Games on Twitter, "Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered is coming to PS4 and Xbox One in Fall 2019." Direct-Feed Games also noted that Ni no Kuni would be coming to Nintendo Switch in Fall 2019 according to the leak, though it appears that may not be a remastered version.

This leak comes on the heels of several others, all from publisher Bandai Namco. One is the previously rumored collaboration between A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) author George R.R. Martin and From Software, apparently called Elden Ring. The other is a new entry in the Tales of series, Tales of Arise.

The first Ni no Kuni originally released on PS3 in 2013 in the West and is known for its animation by the renowned Studio Ghibli.

It's unclear when all of this news was intended to be announced. The From Software project was rumored to be slated for Microsoft's E3 press conference on Sunday; that seems like the most likely event given that Sony is not at E3. We should know more soon--check out when everything is coming in our E3 press conference schedule.

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