In its’ panel at PAX Prime, Nintendo of America confirmed that Monolith Soft’s upcoming Wii U RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles X, will be receiving a special collector’s edition bundle. The bundle is set to include a copy of the game, a postcard, a 100-page artbook, and a custom USB drive containing a selection of tracks from the game’s soundtrack.


The artbook contains an extensive collection of production and promotional materials, as designed by artist Takashi Kojo. Prolific mechanical designer Takayuki Yanase provided the designs for the wide range of mecha contained within the expansive world of Xenoblade Chronicles X. The custom USB included in this package is modeled after the Lifehold pod, a device central to the game’s plot. Ten tracks from the game’s original soundtrack are pre-loaded onto the device.

The collector’s edition package will release alongside the standalone game on December 4, with the price point set at US$89.99. Pre-orders are presently available at a select range of retailers across the region. No confirmation has been made regarding an international release.

More information can be found over at the official Xenoblade Chronicles X website.

  • Nick

    Hm, it is tempting but the soundtrack isn’t by the same composer as Xenoblade Chronicles and what I have heard from the soundtrack it doesn’t seem super interesting. The art books would be nice though.

  • Morgan

    The soundtrack is from the same guy who did Attack on Titan. I’m not too worried.