Xenoblade chronicles 2 season pass
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We already know all the details of the season pass for Xenoblade Chronicle 2, the sequel to Monolith’s popular JRPG that will arrive exclusively for Nintendo Switch on December 1. The season pass was announced during the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Direct that took place this afternoon, and will include a multitude of elements to expand the gaming experience for fans of the series.
It should be noted that the downloadable content sets will not be sold separately and can only be enjoyed after their corresponding release date. The storage space required for each DLC will be announced soon on the game’s official website and, in addition, they have also commented that it could give access to more content apart from what has been indicated in this presentation. It will come out at a price of 29’99 euros available through the Nintendo eShop.
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Not surprisingly, this was a story that we were going to be told in detail in an additional chapter to be included between chapter 7 and 8 of the base title, but the scale and ambition of this story arc was growing to gain its own entity, which is why Monolith Soft decided to make it an expansion to complement what we experienced in the base game.PUBLICITY
Although it may seem obvious, we have to warn that this expansion is highly recommended that you play it after completing the main game, as it is assumed that you know its world and will ruin many of the surprises that are discovered throughout Rex’s journey.
We have been very curious to see how despite knowing the ending before starting (that’s the thing about prequels), the script has hooked us from beginning to end and has always encouraged us to move forward to discover «how» everything happened. As you might guess, the tone of the work has been darkened to show us a world torn apart by war, which also translates into a somewhat more mature and serious narrative. Yes, there is still room for humor, something that is achieved through the relationships that the group of protagonists have with each other and with the stories of many side quests, but it is now much less present.
Well my question is what do you guys think the physical edition will be worth? Since it only comes with the additional story I guess it will be worth less than the SP so I’m in a big confrontation of whether I want to buy it or not, since I do want it, but I don’t want to spend money for something I already have, but what if there are not many units in physical and in the end I run out?
Well my question is, what do you think the physical edition will be worth? Since it only comes with the additional story I guess it will be worth less than the SP so I’m in a big confrontation of whether I want to buy it or not, since I do want it, but I don’t want to spend money for something I already have, but what if there are not many units in physical and in the end I run out?
The development of ‘Torna – The Golden Country’ started in parallel with ‘Xenoblade Chronicles 2’, although Tetsuya Takahashi (CEO of Monolith Soft) admitted that he had kept it in a drawer in order to meet the sequel’s goals.
After considering a number of factors, we realized that including ‘Torna – The Golden Country’ in the main game would have meant sacrificing a considerable portion of the budget and development period we had set for ‘Xenoblade Chronicles 2’.
Thus, this lost piece of the main game will be recovered as the star content within the Expansion Pass itself, although it will be possible to get it independently and without having a copy of ‘Xenoblade Chronicles 2’. How? For starters, it is a story that takes us back to another era.
The second consequence is that, logically, in this period the Pilots and Blades did not yet fight as in the original story. Because of this, ‘Torna – The Golden Country’ reformulates the battle system of the main game, keeping the essence but giving it new nuances.