Xenoblade Chronicles X Switch

Now that the Xenoblade games are selling well and Pikmin 3 Deluxe is coming soon, it’s time for a Wii U exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles x Switch.

Why should Xenoblade Chronicles X On Switch happen?

In this year, the original Xenoblade Chronicles was re-released as Definitive Edition for Switch and included a new epilogue, Future Connected.

  • Here, the game sold very well, amassing nearly 1.5 million units sold in roughly 30 days, further proving that the series is thriving now more than ever.
  • More recently, Nintendo announced Pikmin 3 Deluxe, an updated version of the Wii U title that will be released on Switch this October.
  • It seems that the list of other Wii U games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe suffered from poor sales due to it being on Wii U and now coming to Switch.
  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was a huge success on the Switch and became the best-selling game on the system at the time.
  • However, with all the best Wii U games coming to Switch.  Xenoblade Chronicles X is one of the few IPs that is still relegated to being a Wii U exclusive.
  • Here, both Monolith Soft and Nintendo have been silent or simply refused to release XCX on Switch.
  • Of course, before the success of the last Xenoblade Chronicles game and before the announcement of Pikmin 3 Deluxe.
  • Today, it seems clear that XCX should make its way to Switch, where it could thrive.
  • Here, the timing couldn’t be better for Xenoblade Chronicles X to finally get some of the love. And attention it deserves.

Is Xenoblade Chronicles X coming to Switch?

  • Here it has been five years since Xenoblade Chronicles X was releasing on the Nintendo Wii U.
  • However, a standalone spiritual successor to Wii’s Xenoblade Chronicles is a huge open-world RPG developing by Monolith Soft.
  • Here, focused on the exploration of the planet Mira. The game received critical and fan acclaim and won several video game awards.
  • Despite all the praise, Xenoblade Chronicles X did not sell well due to poor sales of the Wii U system.
  • In the meantime, a lot has changed, Nintendo has a new console, Switch. Which is selling way better than Wii U, and the Xenoblade Chronicles series is more popular than ever.