Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country

Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: N/A
Release Date (US): 2018-09-21 (1 days)
Type: Action RPG
Tags / Compare to: Open-World, Anime, JRPG
Players: 1 Player
Series: Xenoblade Chronicles
eShop: eShop Page
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Game Description

Available as DLC in the Expansion Pass or as a stand-alone Retail Version

Guide a group of legendary warriors on a journey through the tragic history that doomed a kingdom and drove a hero down a dark path 500 years before the events of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game. Defend yourself from Malos and his forces using all the fury of this refined battle system, allowing you to fight as both the artificial lifeforms known as Blades and their masters, the Drivers.
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August 13, 2018 11:20:43 PM
I still have to finish the base game, but I already have the expansion pass and I'm eager to play this big expansion. It's surprising to see an expansion big enough to warrant a standalone release. From what I saw in the trailers, this is how I'd have liked the second Breath of the Wild DLC, as a fleshed-out prequel.
August 13, 2018 01:32:21 AM
I am a huge fan of anything Monolithsoft related and am very excited for this release. I am glad they are releasing it on a physical cartridge and wish more dlc was offered in this manner.
June 30, 2018 10:15:40 AM
I can buy that. I hope people starting with this DLC game (that’s a strange concept, a whole game as DLC) will want to continue on to the main game. It’s something everyone should experience.
June 30, 2018 10:06:03 AM
I suppose what it comes down to is that they thought it was a good enough story to stand alone and maybe attract some holdouts to the $60 main game?
June 29, 2018 02:16:10 PM
I'm really surprised by this being also available as a stand alone retail release. How many hours of play time this will be? Surely its substantial enough for them to offer it as a stand alone purchase. I suppose the file size might be the issue here with it being easier for some people to just have a cartridge rather than download a huge file.
I wonder what the break down for purchases will be. How many people who have not played XC2 will want to start with this instead of the base game? How many people who already own XC2 will want to get this physically rather than as part of the expansion pass? It also seems to come with a code for the base game expansion pass which is strange since you don't need to have XC2 to play the physical release. The marketing decisions on this are fascinating.
June 27, 2018 12:11:12 PM
I've never been more hyped for a DLC-campaign of a game. Really looking forward to this.

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