Xenoblade Composer Prepares for Large-Scale Recording Project in April

The Xenoblade series is one that many JRPG fans have championed since it was first released on Wii. One element of the game that many fans love is the music provided by composers Yasunori Mitsuda, ACE, Kenji Hiramatsu, and Manami Kiyota.

Mitsuda-san is known for working on a variety of video game titles, but his music can be found in the Xeno series dating back to Xenogears on PlayStation. He recently wrote in his online journal that he is preparing for a large-scale recording in April. The project was not named, so it’s unclear if he is even working on a video game. However, from the image he provided, it’s going to be huge.

In another entry, he talks about working on an upcoming anime project, which he doesn’t often do. However, the time frame is concerning, and it’s a lot of work, which is kind of sad to hear.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 released in 2017 on the Nintendo Switch. A DLC expansion was released in 2018 titled The Golden Country.

Many fans wonder when the next entry in the series will come, so this new project be a clue into its development.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on any development of this story.

You can read the full translation below, provided by Angelus Victor (Ryuji):


Yasunori Mitsuda

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