Xenoblade Chronicles X developer Monolith Soft have taken lessons from the Wii U exclusive’s predecessor, confirming that they have looked to introduce “a much more user-friendly experience.”
That’s largely in response to criticism relating to the Quest Log in Wii’s Xenoblade Chronicles, which steadily grew to a particularly long and unhelpful list that lacked in guiding you to your goal.
Within this month’s EDGE magazine, executive producer Tetsuya Takahashi shared that “objectives and relevant people will be displayed on the map” while the developer have also implemented “a number of other features to help with quests.”
Xenoblade Chronicles X will release exclusively for Wii U in 2015.
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