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Xenoblade Chronicles X DLC to unlock characters and blueprints

Nintendo have announced that Xenoblade Chronicles X will be paid downloadable content shortly following the Wii U exclusive’s launch.

Monolith Soft have, at least initially, worked on expanding their already expansive experience with four DLC packs that each introduce a new companion character with unique Arts, quests, and Skell blueprints and materials.

These separately cost 500 yen (£2.75) and, for those that haven’t completed the game, will automatically unlock the Fashion Equipment option. Whereas additional support quest packs will help you secure materials, money, experience or Union points that each cost 300 yen (£1.65).

Players can alternatively buy a bundle for all available DLC packs at 2,000 yen (£11), which will save you 900 yen (£4.95) in comparison to purchasing them all separately.

Axena DLC Pack
After completing Axena’s quests she will become available as a companion, having the unique Arts ‘Overspec’ and ‘Voltage Max.’ Players will receive blueprints and materials necessary for the Skell, ‘Excavator.’

Boze DLC Pack
After completing Boze’s quests he will become available as a companion, having the unique Arts ‘Bayonet Arts’ and ‘Vortex.’ Players will receive blueprints and materials necessary for the Skell, ‘Yumbo.’

HB DLC Pack
After completing HB’s quests he will become available as a companion, having the unique Arts ‘Atomic Bash’ and ‘Frame Hand.’ Players will receive blueprints and materials necessary for the Skell, ‘Policemen.’

Yelouv DLC Pack
After completing Yelouv’s quests he will become available as a companion, having the unique Arts ‘Powered Gunner’ and ‘Spirit Change.’ Players will receive a new weapon called the Multigun, which can transform between a canoon, missile or rifle.

Xenoblade Chronicles X will release exclusively for Wii U in Japan on April 29th, with the downloadable content to become available from May 8th.

[Thanks Siliconera]

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