In a recent interview with US Gamer, Monolith Soft founder Tetsuya Takahashi sat down to discuss some unanswered questions about last year’s Xenoblade Chronicles 2. During their talk, he was asked about the possibility of bringing the 2016’s Wii U epic Xenoblade Chronicles X to the Nintendo Switch. While he didn’t say much, it sounds like it definitely isn’t in their plans.

When asked about the potential of a port, Takahashi said “The future at present is unclear. Personally speaking, I’d love to play the game on the Switch, but it would be really difficult to make it.” He cited the fact that, since Xenoblade Chronicles X is such a massive game, it would cost a lot to recreate it for the Nintendo Switch.

While there were many great games for the Wii U, the console is widely seen as a failure, leading many of the console’s greatest hits to either fade into obscurity or try to find a new, larger audience on the Nintendo Switch. While it may be out of the picture right now, there’s always a chance we may see Xenoblade Chronicles X on the Switch in the future!

Were you expecting this game to make its way to the Switch? Hit the comments to let us know how you feel!

Source: US Gamer

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