Watching the gameplay of Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, there are differences from Genshin Impact and it’s good

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As you know, mobile MMORPG Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds came out in Southeast Asia. Many YouTube channels have started uploading gameplay from Asian servers, so let’s see together what the project is and whether Genshin Impact is worth fearing. At the start, we are shown a group of characters, among whom there are not only cute waifu, but also brutal warriors. They can be customized as you wish.

Studio Ghibli Hayao Miyazaki is responsible for the local graphics, so there is nothing to complain about in terms of visuals; Moreover, the developers have added special effects like falling sakura leaves or swaying grass. The world is open, at the start we are waiting for cool cut-scenes on the game engine. Directional attacks, unlike Genshin; along with its many action buttons, the game is more like a hybrid MMORPG adventure like The Breath of the Wild.

After about 20 minutes of gameplay, the player finds himself in a huge city that resembles Mondstadt with a pinch of oriental architecture. A symphony orchestra was used for the soundtrack. Along with the maximum graphics and mounts, the local world is fun to explore. There is no information about a global release yet, but a project of this scale is unlikely to be delayed in Asia.

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