Xenoblade Chornicles 2 Mythra Outfit – How to Get

Xenoblade Chornicles 2 Mythra Outfit

In this Xenoblade Chornicles 2 Mythra Outfit guide, we will show you how you can get this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Outfit for Mythra in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The outfit was just released in a free software update, giving players access to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate themed accessory in the game.

The outfit is featured in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and has Mythra wearing a long black leggings in addition to covering up her chest.

The update comes in the version 2.0.2, where you can get your hands on the Massive Melee Mythra outfit. To get the outfit, you have to make sure you have updated the game, and having complete the following steps we will talk about below.

In the main game, you have to be make sure you have reached Chapter 4. After you reach Chapter 4, you have to head to Salvage deck at the Argentum Trade Guild in Goldmouth. This is where you will find Brobro, who will hand it to you for free when you talk to him.

IF you are playing Torna – The Golden County, you will need to track down the Nameless Wanderpon at the Feltley Village Camp. And like the last time, you have to talk to him where he will hand you the Massive Melee Mythra Aux Core.

Apart from Mythra’s outfit, Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna – The Golden Country’s soundtrack is set to be released digitally beginning on December 14, 2018. There will be 11 tracks total, which you can buy separately or as an album, and the soundtrack will be released on iTunes, mora, RecoChoku, animelo mix, Amazon, and Google Play Music.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and its DLC, Torna – The Golden Country, are out now. Super Smash Bros Ultimate releases next week on December 7. All games are Nintendo Switch exclusive.

This concludes our Xenoblade Chornicles 2 Mythra Outfit. Feel free to comment below.

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