Good songs in this series are, according to me, the norm.
So far, is pushing its best foot forward. Well see how it gets its price back in July, but for now, im pretty happy with what Nintendo is showing off. This includes this new beautiful song called A Life Sent On.
The song, which is shared via a Nintendo UK Twitter account, is described as a somber flute-based melody, which is played by off-seers in the universe (specifically Noah and Mio) to mourn people who have fallen in battle. Based on the little amount of lore we have, off-seers are tasked with some sort of guidance for the afterlife, which may play a larger role in the narrative.
For the time being, I''ve heard this particular song a lot now (even when writing this!) and it gives me fantastic feedback on how the game will perform. Aesthetically it seems to be nailing everything it needs to, as it''s arguably one of the stronger points of the series from the start: outdoing other similar games on the same hardware.
Hopefully we get even more quality of life enhancements and a killer tale. In the second core game, there''s a lot to improve mechanically.
Listen to the track A Life Sent On
??? Is this "A Life Sent On" from #XenobladeChronicles3. Noah and Mio play this sombre flute-based melody to remember those who have died in the war. pic.twitter.com/A5S98kVQkr
Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) January 9, 2022
[Update:And another song has been dropped! It''s called The Weight of Life, and you may listen to it here.]
Listen to the track The Weight of Life
Is it the Weight of Life, a moving song that expresses Noah, Mio, and their friends as they fight their way through the world of #XenobladeChronicles3. pic.twitter.com/spL8dKdJOJ?
Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) June 16, 2022
[Update #2:And another track is out! Keves Battle.]
Listen to the track Keves Battle
???? It''s Friday, so here''s one of the #XenobladeChronicles3 battle themes to prep you for the weekend. pic.twitter.com/3ijkWD3E5g
Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) June 17, 2022