Nintendo has announced that this week’s dedicated Nintendo Direct online event for Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
The Xenoblade Chronicles 3 in-person will take place on Wednesday, June 22. According to Nintendo, the presentation will feature “approximately 20 minutes of information about Xenoblade Chronicles 3 for the Nintendo Switch. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 was originally scheduled for a September release, but Nintendo revealed in April that it had decided to move the release date to July 29.
According to Nintendo, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will feature a story that ties together the future of the worlds described in Xenoblade Chronicles and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. “A vast world awaits you in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, the next installment in the series. popular RPG from developer Monolith Soft,” Nintendo said in a press release in February.
“Players will take on the role of two main characters, Noah and Mio, in the midst of chaos between the hostile nations of Keves and Agnus. Includes 6 characters from the countries in the game will accompany you. Although the game itself is due to be released on July 29, the Collector’s Edition has essentially been delayed as the items inside haven’t had enough time to complete.
As a result, an announcement on Nintendo’s official UK online store said that players who purchase the Collector’s Edition will only receive the game version on July 29, with other items included in the collection. Collector sets will be sent later. Nintendo has yet to specifically announce the titles that will feature in their next Nintendo Direct event, but it has now been reported that the game is scheduled for the end of June.
Sony Santa Monica writer and former game journalist Alanah Pearce announced last week that the next Nintendo Direct event will launch on June 29. Pearce’s comments are in line with what the gaming community has been saying. days, that Nintendo is planning an online event later this month.