There is one very important thing to note.
In order to play the New Game Plus mode, you must complete the original game, and you must have a save file from the save screen that appeared immediately after the ending.
Using the data you saved after the ending will allow you to keep playing. You will know that you can play the New Game Plus mode if you look at the title screen and see that Rex and the others look the way they did after the ending.
Note that you will not be able to play the New Game Plus mode using save data from a new game started after completing the game. If you do start a new game, you will need to clear it again in order to play the New Game Plus mode.
You probably already noticed this, but you’ll see a symbol on the save screen that indicates that you’ve completed the game. We’re thinking about giving a little gift to players who have this symbol at some point in the near future. Stay tuned!
Alongside the release of the Ver. 1.3.0 update, players who purchased the Expansion Pass will also receive their fourth set of useful items.
That’s all of the upgrades included in the Ver. 1.3.0 release.
We really wanted to release this earlier, but given that it’s a bit more than just a regular version update, we needed the extra time for all the debugging and other extra work. We will continue to have more version updates after March.
Also, everyone who purchased the Expansion Pass can look forward to a new Blade and a quest that comes with it, as well as some new battle content. We’ll provide another update via production notes after we’ve finalised the release schedule for these.
For now, thank you again for your ongoing support for Xenoblade Chronicles 2!
Thank you, Mr Takahashi!
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