Tetsuya Takahashi, the Executive Director of Xenoblade Chronicles X, took to Twitter today with an update regarding the games completion.
“The development (of Xenoblade Chronicles X) did have its twists and turns, but we were able to finish up (just a little more until it’s complete) Xenoblade Chronicles X in the sci-fi world we aimed for from the beginning in a seamless open-world with online play, and I feel that we were able to overcome several obstacles as far as game development goes.”
“With the vast world that was shown when Iwata-san introduced the game in the Nintendo Direct the other day, it would bring me great pleasure to have you folks get to thoroughly explore it.”
Xenoblade Chronicles X is scheduled to release in the Spring of 2015 in Japan, and sometime in 2015 in North America and Europe for Wii U.
This game can’t get here soon enough. The Wii U doesn’t have much of a selection when it comes to RPGs, so Xenoblade Chronicles X is a welcome addition. It looks massive and beautiful, and I can’t wait to dive in.
Elijah Oguma is an associate writer for MONG and is truly a Middle of Nowhere Gamer on Oahu, Hawaii. You can follow him on Twitter.
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This game looks like it is going to be SO AWESOME. Maybe I’ll get a Wii U after all. If only I could get over the horrible control scheme…