A new surfaced lately hinting that Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition will not include two exclusive features found in the Nintendo 3DS release.
Twitter user @_Luxin found out that the Collection Mode, which allowed players to unlock 3D models, Sound Test and amiibo support will not be available in the upcoming Nintendo Switch remaster. While these were not major additions, not including them feels like a missed opportunity to make Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition the true complete version of the game.
from the JP MyNintendo site: the model viewer, sound test and amiibo support from the 3DS version will not be included in Definitive Edition, it seems like it’s the definitive version of the Wii version and the Wii version alone pic.twitter.com/z2tGJhV0gA
— shulk but real (@_Luxin) March 29, 2020
Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition will feature massive graphics improvements that will make the game looks gorgeous. The Definitive Edition is not just going to feature graphics enhancements, as it will also include some new content not found in the original Wii release and the 3DS port.
Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition launches globally on Nintendo Switch on May 29th. We’ll keep you posted stay tuned for future updates.