Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Endings - How Many Are There

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has barely launched, and people are already wondering how many endings the game has. It’s perfectly understandable to ask whether or not Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has multiple endings. After all, it’s a huge, modern RPG, why wouldn’t it? First reports aren’t too encouraging, though. Let’s try to deduce how many endings Xenoblade Chronicles 2 actually has.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Endings - How Many Are There
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Endings – How Many Are There

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 features a vast, sprawling world, and a fair host of characters. As a result, and since it’s an RPG, players have been wondering if Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will have multiple endings. It’s a pretty valid question. Fans have also been wondering if some Blades or characters will have subendings of some kind. For more info on Blades, you can check out our Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Rare Blades and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 How to Get New Blades articles. Anyway, these are all pretty understandable expectations, taking into account everything mentioned above.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has multiple endings. No special bad endings or true endings and the like. Likely no subendings for characters nor blades, either. That is, as far as players have managed to figure out so far. However, nobody seems to be a hundred percent certain about this. We’re only speculating here. There might be a possibility that maybe there’s some kind of hidden ending hiding somewhere. The thing is, the game really is fairly big, as you can see in our Xenoblade Chronicles 2 How Long To Beat article. There might be a series of things you have to do to uncover a different ending. If that is the case, though, nobody seems to have found it just yet.

We’ll make sure to update you as soon as we find more info on the subject. Be sure to stay tuned. In the meantime, check out out other Xenoblade Chronicles 2 articles.

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