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Melia Antiqua voice actor Jenna Coleman may have let slip that Monolith Soft is currently working on the next game in the series.

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Given the critical and commercial success of the two main lines Xenoblade Chronicles games seen, it’s only a matter of time before we get to see a third numbered entry in the series. It seems, in fact, that the sequel may already be in development at Monolith Soft.

At least that’s been suggested (somewhat) by Jenna Coleman, who was voice actor for Melia Antiqua in the original Xenoblade Chronicles, and also re-emphasizing its role last year Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, which included the inclusion of a new story with the Related in the Future expansion.

Speaking to YouTuber Din Meteorite, Coleman may have accidentally let slip that Nintendo and Monolith Soft are at work on a Xenoblade 3 Chronicles. Speaking about his role in the series, he said (via VGC): “It was through my voiceover agent and I did that … god, when was the first game? Ten years ago? It was a long time ago. I did before-Doctor Who days and then when they did the second one, they asked me to come back.

“And I think they’re going to do another one. Common information? Don’t know … Yeah, I think they’re going to do another one … Not sure if I’m allowed to say that. “

Melia, of course, was part of the new Related in the Future included in last year Definitive Edition release as well, which could indeed tie into a possible sequel (in fact, it almost certainly will), so it’s quite likely Coleman could be part of a new game in the series.

Earlier this year, series composer Yasunori Mitsuda indicated that he was about to start work on a large-scale project, while Monolith Soft himself had previously suggested that he wanted to continue investing in the Xenoblade series. The developer is also currently assisting Nintendo with the development of the i The Legend of Zelda: Wild Breath, just as they did with the first game.


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