Monolith Soft’s widely acclaimed RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is set to receive a new game + mode with the next patch for the title.
In the Japanese notes blog, Company head Tetsuya Takahashi announced the news to gamers. The patch is also set to fix a synchronization display error that was introduced unexpectedly in 1.2.0. As of right now there is no other news as to what this patch will introduce, but we should hear more from Monolith Soft in the coming days.
If you don’t know what New Game + is, essentially, it allows players to replay through the story but carry their progression over.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is one of the first exclusive games to be launched for Nintendo’s Switch. Nintendo has a year of post-launch support planned as part of the season pass DLC. To read more about what patch 1.2.0 introduced, check out our post, here.
Monolith Soft and Nintendo’s action RPG title, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, received update 1.2.0 recently.
The title released back in December 1, 2017 for Nintendo Switch. Update 1.2.0 adds new quests in chapters 2, 3, 5, 7 and 10, as well as new items and fixes several issues. Here is everything update 1.2.0 brings to Xenoblade Chronicles 2
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