Today Nintendo had another reveal to make about the upcoming JRPG Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, and it’s all about music.
First of all, we get a video posted by the European arm of the company featuring the remastered theme of the game.
We also get confirmation that you can switch between the remastered and original soundtrack while playing.
The Japanese official account of the game went a step further, actually showing a screenshot of the menu that lets you make the switch between the two versions of the music.
Interestingly, you can set battle music and field music separately, so you can have remastered music for one, original music for the other, or set both the way you prefer. If you’re wondering, the rest of the options in the menu are language and volume controls.
The tabs on the right read Camera, Sound, Notification Settings, Messages, Display Settings, Brightness Settings, and Game Settings.
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition releases exclusively for Nintendo Switch on May 29, 2020.
If you want to see more, you can enjoy more images portraying the rich cast of the game, another gallery showing environments, a trailer from the latest Nintendo Direct, and the original announcement.
If you want to know whether the game is any good, you can read our review of the 3DS version from 2015.