The news comes from an interview by Famitsu with Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition director Tetsuya Takahashi!
According to Takahashi, the additional scenario, titled ‘Future Connected’, will add around 10-12 hours of content. which extends to around 20 hours if you’re going to complete the additional side content too.
Takahashi also gave some more brief details on the development of the game, stating that they had split the team at Monolith Soft into three: a team to work on DE, a team to work on a new title, and a team that works on both.
The director also stated that the graphics weren’t the best in the original, but have been improved dramatically in the remaster – check out our comparison here!
He also noted that the general sound quality has been improved, but they haven’t been able to re-record all the music with an orchestra. They have made tweaks and rearranged it, though.
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is out on May 29, and comes with some lovely collector’s editions!
Catch a trailer here!