Gamers can pre-order the physical or digital versions of the game bundled with or without the expansion pass. I'm a bit surprised that this game crossed over with Zelda as opposed to the recent Super Mario Odyssey.
After a follow-up on the Wii U, a proper sequel titled Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is now heading to the Nintendo Switch, and Nintendo unveiled some new details about the game in a Direct presentation today. Content also includes an additional adventure with a new side story.
A big news item involves the season pass (or "expansion pass") for the game, which will go for $29.99 and provide players with DLC that will launch between the December launch of the game and the fall of 2018.
In and out of battle, Blades will have a wide array of support abilities.
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Abilities will differ from Blade to Blade, so selecting different Blades during battles will add a strategy element to gameplay. 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.
Meet Xenoblade Chronicles 2's cast in the new trailer below, featuring a new set of characters in the series!
It will launch alongside a brand new Nintendo Switch Pro Controller and a Collector's Edition. Game Informer has just published a huge interview with executive director Tetsuya Takahashi and have asked them that very question.
A Special Edition for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 includes a 220-page hardbound art book, metal game case, and soundtrack CD for $99.99.
Players can preorder all the DLC now by buying a $30 expansion pass.