This Is What Today’s Xenoblade Chronicles 2 1.3.1 Patch Brings

Posted By   gnome's Avatar gnome   on March 30th, 2018 Report

As Nintendo originally promised, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has received another hefty update today. There was a problem with the previous update which saw Common Blades disappear, but this has been fixed.

The massive bug with common blades disappearing has been fixed, though I'm not sure if you'll get them back with this patch.

Here's the full patch notes for Xenoblade Chronicles 2:

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – Version. 1.3.1

– fixes disappearing Common Blades

– fixes Affinity Rewards not being awarded

– fixes affinity being unable to go beyond Rank S

DLC Pack 2: New Quests For The Main Game 2

– Nopon of Good Tastes (Talk to Bipopo near Galad Residential Zone in Gormott. Available after adding Poppi.)

– Cleared of All Charges (Talk to Strath in Fonsett, Leftheria. Requires Perun, Godfrey and Perceval.)

– Beneath the Aurora (Talk to Len at Rigitte Harbor in Leftheria. Available from Chapter 6.)

– Upgrades and Tinkering (Examine the table in Tora’s house. Requires Tora. Available from Chapter 8.)

– Most Awful News?! (Stay at the inn in Tantal. Requires Finch’s Birdbrain Lv.3 and Zeke. Available from Chapter 10.)

DLC Pack 3: New Rare Blades

– Release date: early May

– Requires Ver. 1.4.0 or more recent

– Contents: several new Rare Blades in installments

DLC Pack 4: Challenge Battle Mode

– aimed at players looking for a really intense challenge

– includes “difficult new battles”

– make some “new friends” along the way

– due out this Summer

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