This package retails for $200 and includes all of the contents from the Premium Edition, along with a Ni no Kuni II art book, a chibi mechanical diorama, a Lofty plush, a "making of" documentary Blu-ray, a 3D papercraft display case, and the game's newly announced season pass.
The Prince's Edition will come with a steelbook case, a making of Blu-ray and the season pass. We are not sure whether this prime discount is an error from AMAZON because Amazon doesn't do Prime discount on Collector's Edition anymore.
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. The Day One Edition comes with the Special Swords Set, which includes five unique blades. You also get the Season Pass and yet another sword. In Europe, you get the choice of either The King's Edition or The Prince's Edition. It also includes the Special Swords Set, 3D papercraft Kit, and soundtrack on CD.
The season pass was glimpsed as part of two special edition versions of the game - the Prince's Edition and the more extravagant King's Edition. Strangely the Season Pass does not appear to be included.
Ni No Kuni 2 is an upcoming JRPG for PC and PlayStation 4 and fans are excited about the game.
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.
These were revealed on Bandai Namco Asia's social media and then hurriedly deleted, but not before NeoGAF spotted and saved the images.
Ni no Kuni II was originally announced in 2015 and was recently delayed to early next year.