PAX Prime: Nintendo and Xenoblade Chronicles X
Last weekend, Nintendo brought Xenoblade Chronicles to PAX Prime. While we all know that Star Fox Zero is on its way on November 20th to take us into space, Xenoblade Chronicles X (XCX) takes us to Planet Mira on December 4th. If XCX is anything like its predecessor, then we’re in for one massive game. To highlight the scale of this game, Nintendo held a panel to update the PAX Prime attendees and media on its localization effort. The team also shows off some of the art and world of this beautiful alien world. Check it out below. It’s lengthy…and awesome…so you better heat up some popcorn.
GameFob is watching this game as it gets released. When we were at E3 back in June, this game was on two kiosks showing off an excellent updated trailer. It wasn’t playable though. We’re hoping to get our hands on this title before its release. See the trailer again below.
Expect more coverage from us as more information gets released by Nintendo and Monolith Soft.
About Xenoblade Chronicles X
Fight for survival while exploring the vast expanses of an unknown planet where anything you see is reachable in your weaponized mech, called a Skell. Customize a lethal skill set of combat and defensive skills, called Arts, to strengthen your strategies and defeat enemies efficiently. Attack your enemies from multiple directions using melee weapons, guns, and your greatest asset—your tactical mind.
- Explore a seamless open world filled with unknown creatures of all sizes.
- Features a unique battle system that builds on the triumphs of the Xenoblade Chronicles game.
- Ride and control a giant mech, called a Skell, to fight against aliens and unknown creatures.
- An all-new story involving intergalactic war between aliens and human survivors.
- Rich character and weapon customization.
- Join an online squad to share and receive information about items, quests and local wildlife with other players.
- Recruit other player’s avatars and use them in the single player story.
- Join an online squad with other players to battle powerful World Bosses and share information about items, quests and enemies.
Source: Nintendo’s Website
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