Xenoblade X: The Secret File Art of Mira Art Book Releasing In December

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Xenoblade X - Illustration

There was a second image given, but that contains a big spoiler.

Popping up on Amazon Japan not too long ago, the page was recently updated with a image from the book showing concept of Lyn, and with that, a proper release date for the art book for Xenoblade X. Art book titled Xenoblade X The Secret File Art of Mira will be priced at 3,240 Yen and be released next month around the 25th of December. You can pre-order the book here.

The original Xenoblade also had a similarly-named art book the Xenoblade: The Secret File – Monado Archives which was released just months after the game’s release in Japan back in 2010. So its no surprise an art book is already on the way for its spiritual successor, and while no page number was given, it will most likely have around the same more or less which was 251 pages.

Xenoblade X will launch in less than two weeks in the west for the Nintendo Wii U.

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