Xenoblade Chronicles 3- Nintendo’s most anticipated RPG of 2022?

As everyone is well aware Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is expected to be released in a few months on July 29th exclusive for the Nintendo Switch this upcoming summer. This upcoming installment will be the latest entry within the Xenoblade Chronicles series following XC2 which was released back in ’17 for the Nintendo Switch. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 managed to reach roughly under 2 million copies in sales and there is no doubt that Nintendo and Monolith Soft is expected XC3 to surpass that number within the next year or so. On April 19th Nintendo Of America had revealed a brand new trailer for Xenoblade Chronicles 3 introducing the world to brand new gameplay footage. It has been revealed that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will allow players to battle with up to seven characters which controlling Noah and his party of six. The cool thing about the battles in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is the fact that everyone has their own role in battle which can be utilized to form creative strategies in relation to defeating enemies. It has also been revealed that the players can change the classes of characters as they progress throughout the game and create a customized party. In this game Noah is considered to be a sword fighter who specializes in close range attacks while Mio is a Zephyr who is great at evading enemy attacks. The new interlink system was also a major highlight for Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and allows players to combine into a giant form called Ouroboros when special conditions are meet in battle. We have also learned that a Special Edition of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be available on the Nintendo Store which features artwork from Masatsugu Saito with a full-color 250+ page hand cover art book along with a steel case. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is expected to be released for the Switch console on July 29th and it might possibly be most anticipated RPG for Nintendo’s current generation console in 2022.

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