In the United States, a $60 Day One edition will include the base game and "Special Sword Set DLC" including 5 swords.
The Standard Edition comes with the full game and postcards, but the next highest one after that is the Prince's Edition, with the full game, a blu-ray copy of The Kingsmakers: A Making of Ni no Kuni II, a steelbook case, and the season pass. Alongside the standard release, Bandai Namco announced today that the game will also be available in limited-quantity Premium and Collector's Editions. There's little more information on what it contains, however, other than the fact the game will have two post-launch expansions.
The Collector's Edition of the game for the U.S. has a lot of content as well and can be purchased for $199.99.
Surprisingly, or maybe not-so-surprisingly for those who are familiar with how Bandai Namco often handles different regions, the special editions are different compared to the American ones.
European players, meanwhile, will have their own special edition packages to choose from.
Europe's editions are as described below, costing £84.99 for the Prince's Edition and 139.99 for the King's Edition.
Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom releases on January 19, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and PC. It also includes the Special Swords Set, 3D papercraft Kit, and soundtrack on CD. Developer Level-5's CEO Akihiro Hino posted a video announcing the delay last month.
The Digital Prince's Edition includes only the game and the Season Pass, and will be released digitally for PS4 and PC, for €90 and €79.99 respectively.
The King's Edition will have different types of content compared to the Collector's Edition of the US.
The Prince's Edition includes the full game, a SteelBook case, the Season Pass, and "The Kingmakers" making-of Blu Ray. All is wrapped up in a special box.