"Xenoblade Chronicles 2" is an open world action role-playing video game by Nintendo, developed by Monolith Soft.
Here are "Xenoblade Chronicles 2" video game trailer, gameplay, features, release date and everything we know so far.
Nintendo on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 released the trailer for "Xenoblade Chronicles 2" you can watch here:
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Accolades Trailer - Nintendo Switch.
Here is a short review of "Xenoblade Chronicles 2" video game gameplay features.
Akin to previous Xenoblade games, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is an action role-playing game (ARPG) where the player controls a main character out of a party of three. The game employs an open world design, with a day-and-night time cycle that often affects in-game events, including quests, enemy strength, and item availability. Unlike previous entries Xenoblade Chronicles & Xenoblade Chronicles X, which consisted of a cohesive open world through which player could journey uninterrupted, the game takes place on several Titans, between whom the player travels via a Fast Travel option.
The biggest change to gameplay mechanics comes from Blades, sentient beings summoned from "Core Crystals" who provide their summoners - called Drivers - weapons in combat and make up the player's party (separate from the character party). Each character can only have three Blades active at a time. The Blade equipped on a Driver determines their class, and Blade weapon types are divided into three main categories: Attacker, Healer, and Tank. Blades support their Driver in the form of buffs and special attacks performed by both a Driver and their Blade. Buffs and other upgrades can be unlocked through a Blade's Affinity Chart. A Blade is tied to their Driver, and cannot usually be used by another; however, a rare item called the Overdrive Protocol allows the player to change a Blade's affiliated Driver.
There are a total of 40 distinctly unique "rare" blades to collect throughout the base game with an additional 11 being obtainable either through DLC packs or New Game Plus in later patches. Each Driver has a Blade automatically assigned to them when they join the party, who are also a part of the game's story. Most of the game's Blades are not a part of the main story, and can be assigned to any Driver; among those is KOS-MOS from the Xeno sub-series Xenosaga.
"Xenoblade Chronicles 2" video game release date was scheduled to be on December 1, 2017 published by Nintendo.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a single-player video game.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is available for the following platforms: Nintendo Switch.
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