Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Complete Guide releasing on January 20th in Japan
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a pretty massive game, with lots of places to explore, a story to play through, quests to complete, and special enemies to defeat. If you’re looking to complete it, then you will most likely need a guide, as finding all that needs to be found on your own is quite the daunting task. Fortunately for players who can read Japanese, the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Complete Guide will be released on January 20th in Japan.
And this guide truly lives up to its name: it has pretty much all you need to know about the game. For starters, there’s a section entirely dedicated to the various gameplay systems, including the battle system. Annoyed that the game doesn’t allow you to review tutorials? Then this guide is for you.
The book also offers an extensive guide to Drivers and Blades, with details about the characteristics of each Driver. As for Blades, the guide only focuses on the Rare and Legendary types. Of course, it also goes over the various Arts, Weapons, Core Chips, Poppi Upgrade Parts, and more.
Regarding the story, the guide will cover the whole thing: from the very beginning to the very end, with a handy flowchart and comments.
And next, the part where the guide is expected to shine: quests! There’s a complete list of all the quests available in the game, with details about them: where and when you can find them, what you have to do and/or collect to complete them, and more. The guide also lists a recommended level for each quest, which is pretty handy for players who don’t want to end up with a quest that’s way above their current level.
But that’s not all: the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Complete Guide also offers detailed maps of all the areas, complete with landmarks and item collect points. Finally, there’s a list of all the enemies and items found in the game, with details about each one of them.
Here’s the cover of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Complete Guide:
The Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Complete Guide will be released on January 20th in Japan, and costs 2 160 Yen. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon, if you’re interested!