The Executive Director of Xenoblade Chronicles X, coming to Wii U, recently confessed some details about this RPG game through the Japanese magazine Famitsu. We learn in particular that the universe of this new album will be significantly larger than the previously released on Wii console.

Highly anticipated by fans of Japanese RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles X enjoys the quality of its older version, released a few years ago on Wii. Also developed by the Japanese studio Monolith Soft and exclusively to the Wii U, this spiritual sequel promises a content revised upwards.

Tetsuya Takahashi, executive director of the game, has recently made some details via Famitsu magazine. It teaches us that the world, especially to explore in the game, will be about 5 times larger than that of Xenoblade Chronicles for Wii.

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Also, the GamePad of Wii U will have a quick function that will quickly travel from one area to another, provided that you have already discovered. Takahashi said that some areas are accessible using mechs, which are able to fly.

Finally, the director said that in the test of his game, he spent not less than 300 hours to explore everything and check, noting that the life of this role play should be at least as good as in the previous title released on Wii.

Xenoblade Chronicles X will be released on April 26, 2015 in Japan, exclusively on Wii U. So far, no Western date has been provided.