In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Nintendo unveils two stunning new areas

In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Nintendo unveils two stunning new areas ...

We know a lot about Xenoblade Chronicles 3, yet we''ve already met some of the characters and poured over many of the game''s combat in the upcoming RPG. Today, Nintendo has introduced us to two of the game''s areas, and one is equipped with a particularly familiar foe to challenge.

These two new areas have a couple of JRPG boxes and a couple of Xenoblade boxes, but what keeps these spots out is the diversity of fauna and fauna, and the sheer scope and depth of each area. This is the first time either location has been named, so get a little refresher from a few weeks ago.

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Are you interested in learning more about these two new locations and previous games? If you''re worried about that, then now is the time to go. The game''s locations, however, are jeopardized.

Here''s a look at what the world of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 has to offer! Nintendo UK''s official Twitter has included everything, so it''s all in one handy location for you:

Millick Meadows

Millick Meadows, Xenoblade Chronicles 3, has a flowing stream. While the ludicrous nature on display here is sure to be inviting, please beware that the animals (and even plants) who live here do not take kindly to passers-by.

The Millick Meadows is absolutely stunning, like a typical Xenoblade early area. It reminds us of Gaur Plains from the first game and Gormott from Xenoblade Chronicles 2 with its broad field, to the kinds of monsters roaming around. The rushing water and big blue skies just take us right back. In some of the screens, you can see the two enormous ancient (from the box art) in the background.

Oh, and look who is in the top left! Since Xenoblade Chronicles, the Territorial Rotbart is a unique monster who is usually around level 80 (with other variations at higher levels), and it''s a sort of rite of passage to complete this severely underlevelled only to be destroyed.

Eagus Wilderness

If you like sand in your shoes, then pay a visit to the Eagus Wilderness of Xenoblade Chronicles. While you may observe a familiar landmark while walking away from this deserts sandstorms. Is that an agiant mechanical finger?

Eagus Wilderness is evidently less calming (if you can call a field with a gigantic ape-like creature running around in it that), but if anything, this spot looks like Oblivia in Xenoblade Chronicles X. The plants are all dried out here, and some monsters have rocks and crystals growing out of their backs. Nintendo UK is pointing towards a mechanical finger which you can see in the top left picture. But what''s it doing there?

The Mechonis'' finger is expected from the first game. However, we will not disclose details until the end of the day, since it involves a late-game location in Xenoblade Chronicles (and we know some of you are trying to catch up before July), but there are several suggestions in the screenshots to suggest what this place was.

The release of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 on 29th July is nearly two months away. It will soon catch us up, and soon we''ll be worried about too many video games to get through before it drops!

The game may be pre-ordered below, and remember, if you''re in the United States, you may get a $50 eShop card for 10% less from our store using the code NLIFE10:

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[source twitter.com]