Tetsuya Takahashi, creator on the Xeno series and founding father of Monolith Soft, sat down in a interview in time to share his upcoming Switch title, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – that is a sequel for the 2012 Wii title, Xenoblade Chronicles. Even if Chronicles 2 is a sequel for the 2012 game, it possesses a great brand-new story with brand-new characters as well as a different art style.
Since the Wii U didn’t do hot on the sales aspect, only a few people got to play Xenoblade Chronicles X. TIME asked Takahashi if there’s any chance that Xenoblade Chronicles X will be finding a Switch port because console is very much doing very well.
Takahashi replied with “I think we’re currently completely dedicated to creating?Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and even after The year progresses to Japan, I have a mountain of tasks i ought to overcome. Even so would die to contemplate it, after the development for?Xenoblade Chronicles 2?is done.”
Here’s hoping that once Xenoblade 2 equates for the Switch, Monolith Soft will find the Xenoblade X port for that Switch. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is focused to file for for your Switch sometime towards the end of the season.
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