Xenoblade Chronicles 3 — a new installment in the Xenoblade Chronicles series – was announced by Nintendo. While there are currently little specifics regarding the game’s gameplay and environment, we now have another sneak glimpse at the forthcoming title.
In the materials section of Nintendo’s official website, fans have uncovered what looks to be the official key art (and cover art) for Xenoblade Chronicles 3. While it’s not dissimilar to the placeholder image we got at the game’s first announcement, this time we get to see all six of the game’s key characters in one area!
About Xenoblade Chronicles 3
We now offer you news on the newest game from MONOLITHSOFT: Xenoblade Chronicles 3 little over four years after the release of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and one and a half years after the release of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. It’s the third installment in the Xenoblade Chronicles series, as the name suggests. We’re presently making the last tweaks to guarantee that it’s the greatest game possible, based on all we’ve learnt from the series’ previous installments.
A shattered great sword of Mechonis and the torso of the Urayan Titan with a large gaping hole are the major visuals. The closing sequence in the trailer, I’m sure, astonished everyone who viewed it. What is this image implying? That’s something I can’t say just now. What I can tell you is that this image has been in the works for quite some time. We came up with it sometime between the conclusion of the development of Xenoblade Chronicles and the start of the development of Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
As a result, it’s not a new addition to the series. We think that both those who have played Xenoblade Chronicles and/or Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and those who are playing a Xenoblade Chronicles game for the first time will enjoy the game.
Masatsugu Saito, who previously designed the characters for Xenoblade Chronicles 2, created the characters for this game. Koichi Mugitani made some of the major artworks, which we can’t show you right now. As you can see, familiar Xenoblade Chronicles crew members have got together once again to produce this game.
The game’s soundtrack was likewise handled by musicians that have previously worked on the franchise. Yasunori Mitsuda, Manami Kiyota, ACE (TOMOri Kudo, CHiCO), Kenji Hiramatsu, and Mariam Abounnasr wrote the soundtrack for Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
The music in this game maintains the Xenoblade Chronicles flavor while also taking on a new challenge: including a flute-based song as its theme. One of the main motifs in this game is the flute. The trailer has a number of additional features and topics. We’ll be sharing the information one by one as time goes on.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is a whole new adventure that brings the worlds of Xenoblade Chronicles and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 together in order to transport players into the future. While there is still some time until the game is released, please keep an eye out for it.