We’re about two weeks away from the release of Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on the Nintendo Switch. The game that was brought to the US via a movement during the Wii days is getting a lot more than a visual makeover and certain tweaks to the gameplay and UI systems. The title will also be getting an epilogue known as “Future Connected”. Which will allow players to do go to a new part of the Titans not accessed in the original game, and further close off storylines while also introducing a new battle system and more.
As Nintendo Everything and others are reporting though, not only will this be a new storyline, but it’ll be a feature that’ll have the original voice actors returning despite it being years since they’ve been a part of the original game. This includes Jenna Coleman, who voiced Melia in the game. Coleman has had quite the career since her time on Xenoblade Chronicles, including playing fan-favorite Doctor Who character Clara Oswald and being part of the hit series, Victoria.
Still, it’s going that she’ll be coming back to finish off the story of her character. And quite appropriately, Nintendo of America released a tweet better detailing her character for those who aren’t as familiar with her.
In #XenobladeChronicles Definitive Edition, Melia is a High Entia girl who lives in the Imperial Capital of Alcamoth, on the head of Bionis. She acts with a refined and serious demeanor, and becomes a trusted ally to Shulk. Her attacks with the Ether Arts are extremely powerful! pic.twitter.com/MEBF0jo1aY
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) May 14, 2020
Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition releases on the Switch on May 29th.