Nintendo Switch Exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Gets Impressive Trailer Showing the World

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 gets a brand new trailer from Nintendo and Monolith Software showicasing the beauty of its world.

on September 13, 2017 6:20 PM

Today Nintendo and Monolith Software released a brand new trailer of the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

We get to see the titans (including Azorda on whom protagonist Rex lives), the World Tree, and an introduction of the Kingdom of Uraya, the Empire of Mor Ardain, the Imperial Provice of Gormot, the Indoline Praetorium, the Argentum Trade Guild and Torna.

We also get a look at the main characters, the battle system, the roles of blades and drivers, and how it’s possible to bond each character with multiple blades.

Last but not least, we get the announcement of a special edition coming with a music CD a special metal game case, and a 220 pages hardbound art book, on top of a custom Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Pro Controller. You can see them at the bottom of the post.

You can check out the trailer below. If you want to see more about Xenoblade Chronicles 2, you can also check out a batch of new screenshotsa lot of great gameplay from Gamescom, the trailer that Nintendo released at E3, alongside some lovely screenshots and more gameplay footage.

Recently, we also heard that the production of the massive music soundtrack headlined by Yasunori Mitsuda is complete. On top of that, a group of characters in the game have been designed by Kingdom Hearts Director Tetsuya Nomura.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 releases exclusively for Nintendo Switch on December 1st.

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