Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – Launches 29th July

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – Launches 29th July

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is coming sooner to Nintendo Switch than originally planned!

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will now be released on July 29 for the Nintendo Switch family of consoles, instead of September as originally planned. Players are invited to go on an epic journey with “life” as its major subject in the next installment of the long-running role-playing series, which unites the futures of the two previous mainstream Xenoblade Chronicles games.


About Xenoblade Chronicles 3

In the game, players will take on the roles of Noah and Mio, who are caught in the middle of a conflict between the countries of Keves and Agnus. Six heroes from several countries get together to discover the truth behind their struggle, and they set their eyes on Swordsmarch, a region cut by a massive sword.

The backstory of the group’s trip in Aionios, a large and exquisite natural environment, is revealed in a new teaser for the game, which also offers new information about the fighting system:

  • Battle with up to seven characters: Battles begin in the overworld, as they have in prior Xenoblade Chronicles titles. Players may command Noah and his six companions, as well as other characters they’ll encounter along the way. Each character has a unique function in combat, allowing for a variety of tactics.
  • Noah is a Swordfighter who specializes in close-range assaults, while Mio is a Zephyr who attracts enemies’ attention while avoiding their attacks. As a result, each character has their own class and set of abilities. Players may customize their party by changing the classes of their members as they go through the journey.
  • Interlink’s new system: If specific criteria are satisfied, each tag-team partner – Noah and Mio, Lanz and Sena, Eunie and Taion – may utilize the Interlink technology. They’ll then merge into a massive creature known as Ouroboros. Each Ouroboros has its own unique set of abilities, and knowing when to morph might be the difference between winning and losing a fight.