Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition Allows you to Alter Character Levels, has Casual Mode

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition

Nintendo of Japan have revealed Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition will allow players to change the level of their characters, and support a casual mode.

The news comes via the Nintendo of Japan Twitter account [1, 2, 3]. Across the tweets, it is revealed the game will feature an “Advance Setting,” allowing players to stockpile their EXP, and use it to level-up and level-down characters.

This allows players to adjust the challenge as needed, whether they want an easier or harder challenge. There is also a casual mode that makes fights easier. Whether this changes damage outputs or alters other elements of gameplay is unknown.


You can find the rundown (via Nintendo) below.

Join the fight between man and machine in the definitive edition of this critically-acclaimed RPG

Discover the origins of Shulk as he and his companions clash against a seemingly-unstoppable mechanical menace. Wield a future-seeing blade, chain together attacks, and carefully position your party members in strategic, real-time combat as you journey across a massive world.

During an attack from the mechanical invaders known as the Mechon, Shulk discovers that he can tap into the full power of a mysterious blade known as the Monado. With the mighty Monado in hand, Shulk sets out to defeat the Mechon once and for all.

In addition to the Mechon, you’ll run into wildlife that ranges from docile to deadly. Keep an eye on what attracts monsters’ attention to avoid unwanted conflict…or try your hand at bringing down an ultra-powerful Unique Monster.

Upgrade your party as you progress through the adventure by selecting equipment, enhancing weapon skills, and using benefit-granting gems. Put your dependable companions to work by filling the party gauge to trigger a Chain Attack and attack enemies in quick succession!

In case you missed it, Nintendo recently shared new trailers (highlighting gameplaymain characters), screenshots, and information about the game and the Future Connected scenario.

Nintendo of Japan also shared new screenshots and character renders, and the Time Attack Challenges.

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition launches May 29th for Nintendo Switch.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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