Players of Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds would’ve received another notice for updating their game client in recent days, with Netmarble rolling out a new smartphone smartphone game called Fight for the Throne.
In Fighting for the Throne, players battle for the strongest kingdom on the server. Four kingdoms will enter the battle in order to challenge the dragon to their own base. The winning kingdom must score a specific score and implement unique strategies to defeat their opponents. The winning army will be designated as aCapital Kingdomon the server and will receive honor and rewards for their efforts. Special Kingdom Skin (Kingdom decorative element), and Costume will be awarded, plus a particular feature of a special kingdom, according to the website’s own policy. Do you want to see what the costumes are for the Lords of the Kingdom and the Kingdom Members? They’re so adorable!
Moreover, this update allows players to have their own pets, but not unlike the familiars he has to fight with you. According to Netmarble, these cute creatures follow the player and add all of their fun and collectability to the gaming experience. Out of that, a new play mode has been added so players can choose the quests mode in Auto-/ Semi-Auto-/Motor/Foreign for their play preferences.
Add new events in the series to Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds include:
If you’re going to be a friend, your best friend will get the deal out of it! Players who use this feature during a cheering period receive a 4th prize.
Cooking Competition Episode Eve Event: Through mission points, players can get the 4 Sore Boar Familiar and different Power Up Materials. One can earn a penalty when completing several missions, such as Cook in the Kingdom and Conquest.
Special event for Capital Kingdom update:New daily missions will be available in seven days – including missions using HP Potion, Reduction of World Boss and many more. Players receive Power Up materials and gain a hefty deal for four weapons.
This video game, developed by Netmarble, is made up of the popular PS3/PS4 duology Ni no Kuni. Ni no Kuni: Crossis comes to iOS and Android, out of course, with Cross-play on PC.