Today is the 1st Anniversary of Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and to celebrate, Monolith Soft. prepared a special “Anniversary update”. Said update is available for both Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country, and brings the games to Ver. 2.0.2 and Ver. 1.0.2 respectively.
Now, you’re most likely wondering “What does this update do?”, and unfortunately Nintendo isn’t really helping because there are no official patch notes for it. However, Monolith Soft. has announced via Twitter that this update adds a brand new outfit for Mythra. This outfit is called Massive Melee Mythra, and it’s inspired by her modified outfit from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Here’s what the outfit looks like (the second picture is from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate):
Wondering how to get the Massive Melee Mythra outfit? Don’t worry: there’s no need to complete any challenge in the Challenge Battle Mode (which would lock out all non-DLC players anyway). All you have to do is talk to a specific Nopon in the world.
Here’s what you have to do to get the outfit:
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
- Fast travel to the warehouse on the Argentum Trade Guild map
- head out of the warehouse, and talk to BroBro on the Salvage Deck (he’s located next to salvaging equipment, and he has a trophy icon above his head, so you really can’t miss it).
- Important note: you first need to reach Chapter 4!
Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country
- Fast travel to Feltley Village on Torna
- head over to the Fetley Village camp, and talk to Nameless Wanderpon (he’s located right next to the fire, and he has a trophy icon above his head, so you really can’t miss it)
And that’s pretty much it! A quick note: like other costumes, the Massive Melee Mythra outfit is an Aux core.
But that’s not all for the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 1st Anniversary celebrations! It has also been announced that the Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country Original Soundtrack will be released on December 14th worldwide. Unfortunately, it will only be available in digital format (no physical release this time around), on the following digital music storefronts:
Normal quality (44.1Hz, 16bit)
- animelo mix
- Google Play Music
High quality (96hz, 24bit)
- mora (from December 21st)
- e-onkyo music
The Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country Original Soundtrack includes 11 tracks from the Story DLC, sold 200 Yen separately, and 2 000 Yen as part of the full album (no pricing for Europe / North America yet). By the way, if you purchase it on iTunes, you will get the Liner Notes for all 11 tracks (translated to English!).