Xenoblade Chronicles 3‘s last DLC, Future Redeemed, launched last year, but the game is still kicking in 2024! Nintendo recently released Noah and Mio amiibos, which have in-game functionality as of update 2.2.0. Furthermore, a new art book is set to release in Japan on April 1st.
The Noah and Mio amiibos are available as a double pack for $39.99 USD. With update 2.2.0, each amiibo unlocks a different set of outfits. Noah’s unlocks the “N’s Consul Suit” along with jacketless versions of Noah, Lanz, and Eunie. For Mio, she unlocks “M’s Consul Suit” and jacketless versions of Mio, Sena, and Taion.
However, if you can’t acquire the amiibos, don’t fret! The update allows you to bag these outfits from the NPC Miibomii at Llyn Nyddwr Camp in the Fornis region.
For the die-hard fans, the Xenoblade 3 Official Artworks: Aionios Moments art book releases in Japan in April. The book weighs in at a whopping 448 A4-size pages, dwarfing the 256-page Xenoblade The Secret File MONADO Archives and the 352-page Xenoblade 2 Artworks Alst Record.
The new release contains artwork from both the base game and Future Redeemed and features a cover with new art by character designer Masatsugu Saito. It is also planned to include Monolith Soft staff discussions and select dialogue from the game. Monolith Soft is taking discussion suggestions from fans until January 26th.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 launched on Nintendo Switch in 2022, while Xenoblade Chronicles 3: Future Redeemed followed in 2023. You can check out our reviews for the base game and the expansion DLC. Stay tuned to RPGFan for anything Xenoblade!