J-RPG lovers, lovers of open worlds and other related retro gamers know that they will be able to count on the return of Shulk and his epic monado from the end of the month, with the return of Xenoblade Chronicles , released on Wii soon … ten years ago. Ouch.
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Your famous industry sources have already explained it to you many times: in this revised and revised Definitive Edition, you will have to reckon with an ambitious facade facelift that also touches on chara-design, a plororically rearranged soundtrack, but also and above all an indefinite chapter called Un Avenir Commun, which is immediately accessible to the elderly briscards who are impatient.
What we didn't know, however, was that this additional content would also offer a new twist to the combat system, as evidenced in Japanese by this photo of a Japanese player who got his hands on the game preloading card:
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こ の 繋 が る 未来 の メ イ ン ビ ジ ュ ア ル は 、 Amazon の パ ノ ラ マ 色 紙 に も 採用 さ れ て る な。 pic.twitter.com/xQLoqMAQYa
– ふ ろ ぐ す と ん (燃素 入 り (@rokumanjigaga) April 29, 2020
An untold story that reveals the future reveals Melia's destiny. A new combat system based on Nopon troop reinforcements and a new map are on the program.
Will the pseudo-kawaii adventure mascots come to attack enemy troops without regard for their own existence? It would seem. Here is what to give an additional reason to wait for the arrival of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, always planned for the May 29, 2020, on Switch.
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