Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition Gets Rated in Korea for Switch

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition is one of the major releases of Nintendo for 2020 and its launch may be coming soon to Nintendo Switch. Announced in September 2019, the definitive version of the critically acclaimed Wii classic title does not have a concrete release date, but that could be remedied soon.

The entity responsible for classifying video games in South Korea has rated the Nintendo Switch version of Xenoblade Chronicles and this suggests that Nintendo already has the game ready for launch.

Recently, the game was pointed to release in May by European stores and this age rating suggests that Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition may even be released soon.

For those who are less aware, Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is a remake of the original Nintendo Wii game announced on the Nintendo Direct that took place last September 2019. The original work of Monolith Soft is a JRPG game that covers the story of Shulk, a young man destined to find out what happened in the fight between two titans in which the world was created, and save humanity. With a most interesting story, a great cast of characters and devilish fun, this JRPG became one of the great titles of the year and the console.

Finally, we remind you that this is nothing more than a rumor and that there is nothing officially confirmed. Stay tuned for more information about this edition coming to Nintendo Switch.

Rajesh Vish
Rajesh is a video game enthusiast and he is also the editor here at TechPlusGame.com.