An introduction to Xenoblade Chronicles 2 from director Tetsuya Takahashi | News

Rare Blades

While there are a fair number of Rare Blades, encountering them is completely random. Although it’s interesting to wonder who you will encounter, some players may also become anxious about whether they will actually meet one. I will make a firm statement. You will definitely (probably…if you’re lucky?) always encounter every single Rare Blade. (I found the last Rare Blade at 220 hours of playtime. There are still many things to do in the game at this point.)

While there are initially few opportunities to get Core Crystals, you’ll get more of them than you’d ever want later on (laughs). Although there are three types of Core Crystals: Common, Rare, and Legendary. Common and Rare Core Crystals can be maxed out by just playing the game normally. Even the valuable Legendary Core Crystals will be dropped in abundance if you Launch a unique monster of level 100 or greater and then Smash them down.

In addition, while most of the common Blades that you can get with Legendary Core Crystals are ★4, the combination of stats and skills is completely random, so you might find a Blade that is even stronger than a Rare Blade. Therefore, we encourage you to use resonance as much as possible.

The Driver stats are also low in the beginning, so it’s enough to just resonate with Common Core Crystals instead of forcing your characters to use Rare or Legendary Core Crystals. In addition, the “Unnamed Core Crystal” that Gramps gives you at the start will always contain a Wind-element Blade with Knuckle Claws, so note that there’s no point in trying to reroll this item.

Thank you, Mr Takahashi!

You can also learn about the music of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 from Music/Sound Producer Yasunori Mitsuda (PROCYON STUDIO), or the scenario from scriptwriter Yuichiro Takeda, or the main characters from Masatsugu Saito.

Want to know more? Check out the official Xenoblade Chronicles 2 website, our Nintendo Switch Facebook page and our Twitter account.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is now available in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop, only on Nintendo Switch. Also out now, Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Collector’s Edition* and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Edition are available.

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