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Xenoblade 3 Director Says The Game Is "A Stopping Point In My Mind"

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Monolith Soft's Tetsuya Takahashi, the senior director of Xenoblade Chronicles 3, has shared a note with Nintendo customers in Japan.

Thanks to a translation published by Nintendo Everything we have learned more about what could be in store for the series. Well, it seems the director might not have more in store.

Those who might not want to know, this may count as a slight spoiler, so be aware of that before continuing further. Takahashi starts his message by acknowledging the support of Xenoblades fans and how it's been twelve years since the original game launched on the Wii back in 2010.

Then comes the part that fans may or may not want to hear. Related: Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Review - A JRPG That Teaches Us How To Live, Love, And Learn "Xenoblade 3 has been called the culmination of the whole series up until now, and it truly is the culmination", Takahashi says, courtesy of a translation by Kim Louise Davis for Nintendo Everything.

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