When a game is something special, you just know. Sometimes it comes via a unique story or gameplay mechanic. And sometimes it’s just something that speaks to you and lets you know this is very, very good. That’s what fans around the world thought of the game Ni No Kuni by developer Level-5. This special RPG captivated many with its art style, classic gameplay mechanics, and more. So much so that a sequel called Revenant Kingdom is coming next year. But for those who didn’t get the original on PS3, you might get another chance on a different platform.
According to PC Gamer, CEO Akihiro Hino has teased that a PC port of the original game is possible. In fact, here is what he said:
“I’ll leave that up to your imagination for now, but stay tuned for more official announcements. I’ll leave it at that.”
Now, while that may sound ambiguous in a way, it’s important to note that Ni No Kuni 2: The Revenant Kingdom is scheduled to release on PC as well as console upon release next year. So it’s not as though Level-5 is hesitant to make the games for PC, it’s just unclear if they’ll release the original for it.
Should a PC port come, what would players expect? Well, if Hino’s thoughts on the sequel PC version is any indication, you’ll have a more beautiful version of the title. Hino noted that PC players have the potential for an even better rendered game depending on what their PC setup is like. And since the original Ni No Kuni came out in 2013, it goes to reason that the game would look even more vibrant now than it did back then.
So, if a PC version came out, would you get it? Let us know in the comments below!