As each Xenoblade release grows in size, so does the series' developer, Monolith Soft. According to a post on ResetEra, the Japan-based company recently updated its website - with the employee headcount now at 171. Back in May, there were three fewer people at the company. Monolith is now also reportedly recruiting 'business assistant staff' for its studio in Tokyo.
Monolith Soft was founded in 1999 by Tetsuya Takahashi and was originally owned by Namco. Later down the line, Nintendo became the major shareholder of the company. In recent times Monolith has been keeping itself busy with the Xenoblade Chronicles series. With the company continually expanding, hopefully, this means we'll see even bigger and better projects from it in the future.