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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 version 1.4.1

Nintendo and Monolith Soft have announced the next update for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Players will be able to download version 1.4.1 tomorrow, the two sides confirmed.

The new update will be adding new quests for Expansion Pass owners, and probably bug fixes as well. We’ll bring you the full patch notes as soon as we have them.


Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Original Soundtrack

Update (5/23): The Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Original Soundtrack is live on iTunes US.

Original (5/22): Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Original Soundtrack is out today in Japan. Alongside the physical release, fans can purchase the full OST digitally as well.

It’s not live in all regions at the moment, though it’s starting to become available in some territories. The soundtrack can currently be purchased in the UK here. We’ll keep you updated on other regions, including the US.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Last week, there was apparently a major datamine for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Rumored details about upcoming content from the Expansion Pass leaked, including information regarding the story DLC and new Blades.

That wasn’t the only recent datamine for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Moosehunter, who has datamined the RPG previously, also apparently uncovered extra tidbits.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Procyon Studio has posted new photos of the Xenoblade 2 Original Soundtrack. We have images of the Deluxe USB Edition, Deluxe CD Edition, standard release, and bonus bookmark.

Here’s the full set of photos:


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Datamining has often led to new information about games being uncovered early. For example, a bunch of costumes were found in update files for Super Mario Odyssey ahead of time, which Nintendo has slowly started adding in over the past couple of months.

Another datamine appears to have taken place for another Switch game, and it’s pretty huge. Details about Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s story DLC have apparently been uncovered, as well as information about new Blades.

We have a roundup of information below – proceed at your own risk.

As we know, the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Official Soundtrack is arriving on May 23. The real question has been how its distribution will be handled outside of Japan.

Fortunately, we have confirmation that the digital soundtrack will be available in other regions. Procyon Studio announced at the end of March via a Facebook post that there will be a global release. Expect to see it on Amazon, Google Play Music, and iTunes, among other retailers. Streaming on services like Spotify will not be included, however.

As for the physical version of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Official Soundtrack, that will likely remain a Japan-exclusive.

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Skye Bennett is the voice of Pyra and Mythra in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. This week, she started streaming the massive RPG. If you’d like to catch up on the archived version, you can check out the videos below.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 version 1.4.0 dropped earlier today, complete with the new Rare Blades T-elos and Poppibuster. Get a look at some footage of the patch and additions below.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Poppibuster T-elos

Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s next big update has arrived. For all players, version 1.4.0 has started distribution.

As previously announced, today’s patch is highlighted by two new Rare Blades. T-elos can be obtained after beating Xenoblade Chronicles 2, while Poppibuster will be offered to Expansion Pass owners.

Continue on below for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 version 1.4.0’s full patch notes.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Poppibuster T-elos

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is getting a new update tomorrow with a pair of new Rare Blades. On the official Japanese Twitter account, Nintendo and Monolith Soft showed the first footage of T-elos Re: and Poppibuster. View the clips below.

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