Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be the final part of the series, but not the end of the series

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be the final part of the series, but not the end of the series

The IGN portal noted that the CEO of Monolith Software, Tetsuya Takahashi, in a recent interview with Nintendo, described the role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing role-playing.

Remember, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is positioned by Monolith Soft developers as a link between the original Xenoblade Chronicle and Xenoblade Chronicle 2.

According to Takahashi, the three main Xenoblade Chronicles use similar themes and gameplay ideas to link these games to trilogy.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will thus be the final part of the trilogy and its culmination, but Takahashi stressed that the end of the series is not in question.

Takahashi called Xenoblade Chronicles 3 a similitude; however, familiarization with previous games of the series is not required to understand the story here.

According to the Xenoblade Chronicle, three six soldiers on different sides of the barricade are to go to Swordmach, a country shredded by a huge sword, to learn the truth about the conflict of their nations.

The Xenoblade Chronicle 3 is expected to be released tomorrow, July 29, exclusively on Nintendo Switch.