D3 Publisher picks up White Knight Chronicles 2 for North America

Sony announced last month that it was publishing Level-5's White Knight Chronicles 2 in Europe. The PS3 role-playing sequel is being released in North America as well, but by a somewhat lower-profile publisher: D3.

The Namco Bandai subsidiary will release White Knight Chronicles 2 in North America this summer, containing both the new game and a "remastered" version of the first White Knight Chronicles. Siliconera notes that, while the Japanese version forced you to start from the very beginning if you didn't already have a clear save file (really!), the Western version allows you to start at WKC2.%Gallery-120644%
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D3Publisher Announces Fantasy Role-Playing Adventure White Knight Chronicles™ II

LOS ANGELES – April 7, 2011 – D3Publisher (D3P), a publisher and developer of interactive entertainment software, today announced White Knight Chronicles II, the sequel to the revered White Knight Chronicles: International Edition, which will release this summer. White Knight Chronicles II is a fantasy role-playing game (RPG), available exclusively on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, that seamlessly blends the interactive multiplayer co-op experience with the cinematic storytelling of a single-player RPG.

White Knight Chronicles II, developed by acclaimed Japanese studio LEVEL-5 Inc., is enhanced with stunning graphics, over 400 weapon and armor choices, and new fan-requested features. Players can now create an Incorruptus (a unique knight) for their own avatar and use it during online multiplayer quests for the first time ever. The upgraded Incorruptus customization system along with the additional new skill types and spells makes the character creation and strategy more diverse. As a bonus, every copy of White Knight Chronicles II will also include a complete and remastered version of White Knight Chronicles: International Edition, providing over 100 hours of exciting gameplay in one package. White Knight Chronicles II is currently rated "RP" (Rating Pending) by the ESRB and for additional information in the coming months, please visit www.d3publisher.us.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.