Ni no Kuni 2 has sold 900K copies worldwide, entire series passes 2.8 million sold units

Level 5 has announced that Ni no Kuni 2 has sold 900K copies worldwide so far. Furthermore, the team revealed that the entire series has surpassed 2.8 million sold units worldwide, meaning that the first Ni no Kuni – which was exclusive to consoles – sold almost 2 million copies.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom released in March 2018 and follows young king Evan as he sets out on an epic quest to find a new kingdom and, with the help of some new friends, unite his world, saving its people from a terrible evil.

Its latest PC patch came out in April and while the vanilla game had some mouse issues, its 1.02 patch improved camera movements when a PC mouse is used and fixed the drop of framerate when 2 monitor screens are used. However, this latest patch has not resolved the controller issue/error that some players have been receiving.

Level 5 and Bandai Namco have not announced when and if another patch will be rolled out to address all the remaining issues that are present in the PC version (mouse acceleration side-effects in menus, controller error, inability to use mouse wheel to navigate conversations). To its credit, the game runs incredibly well on the PC platform, however it would be nice to see the aforementioned issues fixed.

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