Xenoblade Chronicles 3 has some alternative box arts available on MyNintendo rewards

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 box art

Change up the look of your physical copy

One of the perks of physical game ownership is being able to display your shiny new box on a shelf amongst your game collection. And if the base box art of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 isn’t fitting in, or you’d just like some options, a new MyNintendo reward has you covered.

Over on the MyNintendo page, a collection of three alternative box arts for Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is available now. The collection will run you 30 Platinum Points. It’s available now through February 1, 2023, so you’ve got time to consider them.

Once you’ve redeemed the reward, getting your new art is pretty straightforward. Just download the files and print them on a color printer at actual size, on 8.5 x 11″ (letter-sized) paper. Nintendo recommends using Gloss Text-type papers.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 box art

As for what’s on the box? Well, the first is a pretty stylized mash-up of the game’s dual protagonists, Noah and Mio. The other features one of the Ouroboros robots they can fuse into, from the looks of it.

Personally, I’m pretty partial to the one that has cut-ins of all six party members. It’s got a fun “everybody’s here” vibe to it, and shows off the whole lineup of characters you’ll be venturing with in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

What’s on cart

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 launched last Friday, and for those who picked up a physical copy, this is a nice little add-on. I always enjoy when Nintendo adds these for the MyNintendo rewards. Reversible box art is one thing, but having a wide variety of covers to slot into your Switch case adds a little bit more flair and personality.

Chris seemed to overall enjoy his time with the new Xenoblade, so it’s worth keeping your eye on, for sure. My copy, meanwhile, is still on the way. But maybe when it gets here, I’ll print out some new art for it. In the meantime, we’ve got plenty of helpful guides to get you prepped for what’s in store in this beefy, 100+ hour RPG.

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