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The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 First Trailer

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The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 First Trailer

Nippon Ichi Software has posted the first trailer and details for The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2, and has also opened the official website. The game is set to release Winter 2017 in Japan on PlayStation 4.

The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 is unrelated to the events and the world of the first game. This new setting is the world of Kevara, which has been overrun by bouts of “Witches Disease”, which can change young children into dangerous witches – noted by a third eye developing on their forehead.

The trailer gives us a glimpse on the main cast of the game, and shows quite a lot of gameplay, that looks quite different from what was showcased by the first game of the series.

Check out the Trailer:


An incurable illness that only affects girls.

“Witch’s Disease.”

An eye harboring mighty power appears on the foreheads of those infected as proof of the disease. When the eye opens, the girl loses her sense of self and becomes a “witch” who destroys whatever she desires.

“Kevala” is a world corrupted by the Witch’s Disease. The people live in fear of witches. A girl named Amalie living in a remote village even lost her parents to a witch. She lives a modest life with her younger sister Milm, the only immediate family she has left.

One day, Milm suddenly disappears. Amalie eagerly searches for Milm, but she was nowhere to be found. Just when she was about to give up on the search for her sister, Milm shows up back at the village covered in mud.

In her hands were “Flowers of Mana,” a present for the older sister she loves. And on her forehead was the witch’s eye that was the enemy of their parents…”

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