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Xenoblade Chronicles 3: Monolith Soft boss talks about the future of the series

Xenoblade Chronicles 3It, like its predecessor, unites the previous titles in the series in some significant ways, despite being a largely self-contained storyline, and wraps up many of the plot threads that began with the first game in the series. But as the developer said earlier soft monolithDespite the fact that this is, in many ways, the culmination of the trilogy so far, it won’t be the last game in the series.

In an email, President and Senior Director of Monolith Soft Tetsuya Takahashi Repeat that even though Xenoblade Chronicles 3″Access PointFor the series, this won’t be the last installment. Interestingly, Takahashi says that those who finish the game and play its next expansion (scheduled for release next year) should have a good idea of ​​what to expect from the future of the franchise.

Xenoblade 3 has been called the top of the entire series so far, and it really isTakahashi wrote (via Nintendo everything). “At Monolith, we’ve put everything we’ve grown over the past twelve years into it. For me, it’s also an access point. This title represents the conclusion of the Xenoblade story that began with the Klaus Experiment“.


Even if it’s an epilogue, that doesn’t mean it’s the end of the Xenoblade series. It’s just an access point in my mind. I think anyone who has played this title and will play the additional stories can imagine what is in the future of Xenoblade“.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 launched exclusively for Switch two weeks ago and enjoyed impressive initial success on both the cash and commercial fronts, having scored the series’ best-ever launch in both Japan and the UK.

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source: Gaming Bolt.

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