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The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 Releases In Japan On February 23, Trailer, PS4 Pro Support



Nippon Ichi Software shared the latest on The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 during a recent live stream, where they announced its February 23, 2017 release date, a teaser trailer, PS4 Pro support info, and more. [Thanks, Game Jouhou.]


First, here’s a look at a new teaser trailer that was shown for the game. Nippon Ichi revealed that the game will support PlayStation 4 Pro, with not only better graphics on the upgraded console and 60fps gameplay to go with it.




The above images give us a glimpse into some of the new and improved basic actions.




Members of the anti-witch organization, Weiß Ritter.




New “Custom Skill” element. You’ll get to learn skills and assign them



The game releases in Japan on February 23, 2017 with the standard edition going for 7,776 yen on PS4, digital version for 6,171 yen, and first-print limited edition for 11,016 yen.



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The first-print limited edition version includes a Cerca Niitengo figure, a 44-page B6 art book, an original soundtrack by Tenpei Sato, DLC for “Cerca’s Sword & Useful Accessory,” along with a specially illustrated box.



The above is a look at the bundles that will be available via Nippon Ichi’s Web Shop. The Premium Set includes the first-print limited edition version of the game, a Hundred Knight Plush, special tapestry, and a set of tin badges all for 15,700 yen. There are two other versions that include the plushie, one with the standard version of the game for 10,700 yen and the other with the first-print limited edition version for 13,700 yen.


And finally, here’s a look at some more store-exclusive pre-order bonuses:






The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 releases in Japan on February 23, 2017. Pre-orders begin at 12:00am JST on October 25, 2016.

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