Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on Nintendo Switch is bigger than anyone expected

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on Nintendo Switch is bigger than anyone expected

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on Nintendo Switch is bigger than anyone expected

Aside from this, the game's Expansion Pass was announced, which is available for pre-purchase starting today for $29.99. This feature won't be in the retail release of the game, but it will be available in a day one patch. "Details about individual elements of the Expansion Pass will be released in the future", Nintendo wrote in a recent press release.

At release, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 players will be able to download a free content update which adds Japanese audio and English subtitles.

There were some big announcements to come from today's Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Nintendo Direct.

In and out of battle, Blades will have a wide array of support abilities. A bunch of DLC is on the way after release, including new story content, new quests, and a new Blade. Selecting different Blades will provide the player with different possible strategies during the real-time combat. It includes new items and quests coming in December and January, plus new gear, a new mode, and "a brand-new story and adventure" landing each season through Autumn 2018.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will launch exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system on December 1 at a suggested retail price of $59.99.

It will launch alongside a brand new Nintendo Switch Pro Controller and a Collector's Edition.

Nintendo essentially has an entire year dedicated to the continued experience that encompasses Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Seriously, the Nintendo Direct laid out so many details in its 16 minutes that it will make even the most hardcore JRPG veteran spin their head. Players who prefer the digital version can pre-purchase the game from Nintendo eShop now, either standalone or as a bundle with the Expansion Pass.

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