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Monolith Soft Already Hard at Work On a Brand New Game
More Xenoblade games please.
06.23.15 - 11:27 AM

During an interview with Venture Beat at E3, Monolith Soft's president Tetsuya Takahashi revealed that the studio is already hard at work on a brand new title. Takahashi believes that it is always important to start work on a new game, after one is already finished. No details were revealed, so it could be a new Xenoblade game or something new this time around. The interview also goes into more details on how Xenoblade Chronicles X developed, and the important differences in appealing to both the Japanese market and the Western market while developing a game.

Xenoblade Chronicles X Screenshot

The North American version of Xenoblade Chronicles X is slated for release on the Wii U on December 4th, 2015.


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