Welcome to our free guide for Xenoblade Chronicles X, the open world Wii U RPG from Nintendo and Monolith Soft. We will tell you how to win battles, choose the right class for your play style and break down Soul Voices.
Xenoblade Chronicles X released for the Wii U on December 4, 2015. The game takes place on the mysterious world of Mira, which features five continents to explore.
Choose a class, build your party and defeat the different enemies populating Mira.
Fight back with the various Signature Arts and Skills.
Learn about Targeting, Cooldown and Tension during combat.
Even your words can turn the tide of a battle.
Explore the Administrative, Commercial and other districts to get the most from what this location has to offer.
What to expect from Primordia, Oblivia and the three remaining continents.
Tips for Playing Xenoblade Chronicles X
- Your Morale is another word for party solidarity. Higher Morale means characters work well together. Additionally, you receive more opportunities to activate Soul Voices and earn extra TP.
- If a battle tips in the enemy’s favor, activate the emergency escape. You’ll need to survive 15 more seconds, and will automatically appear at the closest landmark.
- It’s in your best interest to finish a battle. The game will revive the entire party, HP will increase for characters and skells, and finally, you’ll lose buffs and debuffs.
- You earn two types of experience after winning a battle. Your character will receive EXP for increasing stats. Class EXP, however, applies to his or her class rank, giving you the chance to acquire new Arts or skills.
- Armor that covers more than one body part is oftentimes stronger than a piece of armor covering one body part.
- Wearing an ugly piece of armor with great stats? Look for a more fashionable piece of armor and press the X button while in the Ground Gear menu. Set this armor as fashion gear and you’ll apply the same stats to it.
- You can damage a creature with your Skell by running into it, but doing this initiates a battle.
- When using your Skell, make sure you have a G-Buster weapon on hand. You’ll be able to inflict Bind on the fiercest enemies in the game.