Catch Up With The Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Direct Here

Allan Goodman
November 8, 2017

For more downloadable content, which will be released over the course of months, you can purchase the game's Expansion Pass, available today.

A day-one DLC was announced during the stream which will allow players in English-speaking territories to hear the original Japanese voice-acting with English subtitles rather than hearing the English voice-acting, if they should so choose. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will also be getting a new side quest that will help promote Xenoblade Chronicles 2. That quest will be available from November 9.

The release of the Nintendo Switch-exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is on the horizon, bringing the critically-acclaimed series to Nintendo's newest console for the first time. Rex, the main character, is a Driver while his companion Pyra is a Blade.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will be available for Switch on December 1. When players fight alongside their chosen Blade, they might trigger effects that protect the Driver, strengthen attacks and so forth.

Abilities will differ from Blade to Blade, so selecting different Blades during battles will add a strategy element to gameplay. The same day, the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Edition Nintendo Switch Pro Controller will launch at a suggested retail price of $74.99. Hopefully, as a December release, it can make waves late in the year and give Switch owners a new big RPG to sink their teeth into.

The expansive open-world role-playing game will take players to Alrest, "a world full of living lands known as Titans and the fabled paradise of Elysium". Nintendo promises that more details will come for the game's downloadable content in the future.

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