The open-world role-playing game Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be released in a little over a month, so it goes without saying that enthusiasm surrounding the debut of the game is continuing to build. In a Direct presentation that was dedicated solely to the game, Nintendo just recently disclosed a ton of new information on its gameplay and story. As it turns out, fans with keen eyes have been able to spot some interesting improvements in the footage that was shown off, and this has piqued their interest.
It was discovered by @SuperSavajin over on Twitter that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 would have proper lip synchronization for both the Japanese and the English language. A video clip has been uploaded by the user that demonstrates two distinct interpretations of the same scene, each with a unique lip sync performance to match the soundtrack in either English or Japanese.
In case you weren’t aware, Xenoblade Chronicles has never done anything like this before. Although previous entries in the series have frequently been panned for having lip sync problems precisely because of weaknesses on this front, it appears that the upcoming threequel will make remedies for the situation. It would be a remarkable addition taking into consideration the enormous amount of voiced conversation that is included in these games.
On July 29, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will be released for the Nintendo Switch. Additionally, Nintendo has confirmed the availability of an Expansion Pass for the RPG.
— Savajin | JOYCONBOY (@SuperSavajin) June 23, 2022