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Xenoblade developer Monolith Soft has now grown to 243 employees

Xenoblade developer Monolith Soft has now grown to 243 employees

Online gaming publication Siliconera is reporting that the arduous working workforce over at Monolith Soft has now grown to 243 workers. The developer has produced some outstanding JRPG’s together with Xenoblade Chronicles and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and appears to be rising at a gentle charge. The publication says that the workforce helps out on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 and a brand new JRPG and we’ve nonetheless acquired Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch which is scheduled for launch this yr. Rumours level in direction of the remake being launched in late May.

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