Things are looking bright for Monolith Soft – the developers behind the Xenoblade Chronicles series.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is not lacking in content by itself, but after releasing numerous DLC packs, especially the Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country DLC, the game is finally coming to a close.
Monolith Soft, a second party developer for Nintendo, has announced its fiscal earnings for the year ending March 2018.
Earlier this month, Monolith Soft opened a new game development studio at Iidabashi, Tokyo.
In the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 original soundtrack booklet, Kou Kojima wrote that he wants to make Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Xenoblade Chronicles X2, and a new game based on new IP.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 developers, Monolith Soft, is on a hiring spree for technical artists, programmers, planners and designers for a future project that they are working on.
During an interview with Monolith Soft developers Yasuyuki Honne and Tomohiro Hagiwara, the studio expressed their wishes to make games based on original IP that Monolith Soft owns.