Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Voice Actor Seems to Be Teasing More Story DLC

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Voice Actor Seems to Be Teasing More Story DLC

More Morag?

Oh Morag, where art thou? The Xenoblade Chronicles 2 character appeared in the base game, but was subsequently absent from the Torna - The Golden Country DLC, that released last week for Expansion Pass holders.

Just below, Kirsty Mitchell, who plays Morag in Xenoblade Chronicles 2, is teasing something new. We know that the character doesn't appear in the new story DLC, so could Mitchell be teasing new DLC entirely for the game, or something more... smashing?

In other Xenoblade Chronicles 2 news, the game recently received brand new custom difficulty options, alongside new quests, shortly before the Torna DLC launched last week. While the Torna - The Golden Country DLC is only available for Expansion Pass holders right now, it'll be available as a standalone purchase this Friday, on September 21.

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