Ninja Box details base variety, latest characters

More on the upcoming crafting RPG.

Bandai Namco has released new information and screenshots of Ninja Box, its upcoming secret base-building RPG, detailing base variety and new characters.

If you missed it, read up on our previous coverage here and watch the recent trailer here.

Get the new details below.

(1) A Variety of Secret Bases

You can even make a secret base like this!

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Tons of variation to create your very own secret base!Even create something with a ton of floors like this one! Place things how you like in each room to create your dream space!

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(2) A Vast World

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Want a super high secret base with a stairway that reaches the sky? You can build it!

Go hunting for secret base-making materials in town!

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Making parts and traps are essential to building a secret base, so explore the town of Oshinamachi where Hiroto lives to find materials.

Gather materials in town, then make parts and traps for your secret base.

(3) Meet the Latest Characters


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The eldest ninja of Tatemakuri Village, who was once a master of ridiculous ninpo. Since many ninja have left the village to become “runaway ninja,” Tatezou fears that the village will soon disappear just like that. While you would think there is some deep reason behind his dog-like appearance, it seems that he turned into a dog with ninjutsu and cannot return to his former appearance.

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The Ninja Box is a legendary tool created by the ninja of Tatemakuri Village in order to protect and develop the village (secret base). It can make anything, as long as you give it the materials and blueprints to do so. Its highly secure—only those certified are able to use it. Also, bad guys who want this Ninja Box for themselves will attack your base. It’s ridiculous!

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Ninja Box is due out for Switch in 2019 in Japan.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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