Xenoblade Chronicles 2 DLC ‘New Quests Pack’ and version 1.2.0 update launch January 19 in Japan

Play five new story quests.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2

The “New Quests Pack” downloadable content for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will launch alongside a third “Helpful Items Pack” and the game’s version 1.2.0 update in the afternoon on January 19 in Japan, Nintendo announced (2).

Here is what is included with each add-on, which are available as part of the $29.99 Expansion Pass:

New Quests Pack

  • “The Artisan’s Agony” (available from Chapter 2)
  • “The Missing Nopon” (available from Chapter 3)
  • “The Abandoned Factory Exploration Tour” (available from Chapter 5)
  • “The Late Night Restaurant” (available from Chapter 7)
  • “The Patrol Soldier” (available from Chapter 10)

Helpful Items Pack 3

  • Driver Essentials Set 2 (10 x Rare Core Crystals, 1 x Epic Core Crystal, and 1 x Overdrive)
  • Tiger’s Favorite Things (3 x Juicy Samod)
  • Poppi α’s Favorite Things (3 x Fizz Juice)
  • Captivating Driver Equipment (1 x Auto-Balancer accessory)

Information about the version 1.2.0 update was not announced.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is available now for Switch.

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