The advanced release of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will not be without a hitch. Nintendo has just announced bad news for those who have purchased the collector’s edition of the game.
Were you counting the days before you could get your hands on your collector’s edition of Xenoblade Chronicles 3? We’ll have to wait a little longer. This Nintendo Store-exclusive version including special packaging, a steelbook and a 250-page artbook was originally scheduled to be released alongside the game on July 29. She will eventually arrive late.
Delay for the collector’s edition of Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Nintendo has just updated the pre-order page for the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Collector’s Edition to specify that it will not be sent when the game is released. All elements of this edition will be delivered at no additional cost. (still happy) by fall 2022, without further details. Those who have already reserved their copy will not find themselves completely aggrieved. A physical version of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be sent in time for the launch of the game. Note that there is no jealousy, this delay concerns Europe as well as Japan and the Americas.
If Nintendo has given no further details, it’s a safe bet that the advanced release of the game will not allow the external service provider to provide the collectors’ editions in time, hence this small delay. Fortunately, everyone will be able to enjoy this third installment when it is released. Recall that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 takes place in Aionios, a world that is home to two warring nations. On one side, Keeves, a nation developed around mechanical technology, on the other Agnus, who pours into the ether, a magical technology. Six soldiers from these two countries that everything opposes will join forces to discover the truth behind this conflict. To do this, they will travel to the March of the Sword, an area where the ground is pierced by a gigantic sword.