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Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

Nintendo and Monolith Soft have shared the latest screenshots from Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. Today’s batch highlights three characters: Alvis, Dickson, and Mumkhar. We have the full set below.

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is slated for May 29 on Switch.


Yet another Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition comparison has surfaced, but this time it isn’t for the visuals. GameXplain has put together a video that highlights five tracks from the original release and new Switch edition: Hometown, Gaur Plain, Satorl Marsh (night), Frontier Village, and Eryth Sea. Check it out below.

We’ve already seen plenty of comparisons for Xenoblade Chronicles on Switch and Wii, but a video from Nintendo World Report throws the New 3DS version into the mix as well. Have a look at it below.

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition will be hitting Switch on May 29.

It’s pretty clear that Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition uses the voice work from the original Wii title. However, we also know that the game features Future Connected, an entirely new epilogue created specifically for the Switch release. Thankfully, fans can rest easy knowing that all of the original cast returned, including Jenna Coleman – who originally voiced Melia.

When we first heard about Future Connected, it was more or less confirmed that Adam Howden would reprise his role as Shulk, though there was some uncertainty as to who would play Melia. Coleman has had some notable roles in other media since Xenoblade Chronicles launched a decade ago such as Clara Oswald on Doctor Who, so it was anybody’s guess if Nintendo would be able to bring her back. In a preview video with RogersBase, a Nintendo Threehouse representative confirmed that Coleman did in fact return, and that goes for the whole voice cast as well.

You can see that video and a whole bunch of other footage in our roundup here.

A whole bunch of new Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition footage is starting to pop up online, which includes a look at Future Connected. We’ve rounded up a few of these videos below.

The Nintendo UK store has the Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – Collector’s Set back in stock. If you’re interested in securing a copy, head on over here.

The Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – Collector’s Set includes a 250-page art book, steelbook, vinyl featuring the Monado printed on the sleeve, and a poster.

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition launches May 29.

Nintendo and Monolith Soft have officially revealed Time Attack mode as a new feature in Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. Details and screenshots have been shared outlining what players can expect.

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We have a few more screenshots from Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition ahead of its release later this month. Get a look at the full set below.

Nintendo will be bringing Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition to Switch on May 29.

We’ve been gradually learning more about the additions and changes for Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition over the past few weeks. However, new information has come to light that reveals even more information about the Switch release. A post surfaced this week on 4chan that included the latest details as well as a look at the title screens – apparently stemming from a review copy.

Note that this post does not contain any story-related content. But if you prefer going into the experience entirely fresh, keep that in mind before continuing on.

Nintendo has shared another preview from the soundtrack of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. Below, fans can listen to a snippet from the remastered Mechanical Rhythm theme.

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition launches May 29.