Xenoblade Chronicles X is downloading onto some Japanese Wii U systems right now, and new details on paid-DLC options have accompanied the launch. On a whole the content on offer seems to be a decent value, though day one extras aren't always greeted with open arms.
The four characters above each come with their own quests - three each - that, when completed, unlock that character and some related arts and unique Skells / Dolls. They cost 500 Yen each, which is a little over $4.
There are also three smaller support quest packs that allow you to gather more materials and resources than normal - the concept reminds us a little of some of the DLC options in Fire Emblem: Awakening. Each of these support quests has six variations and they cost 300 Yen each, which is about $2.50.
It is possible to buy all of the DLC together and save about 45% of the combined cost, with all included for 2000 Yen - that's just under $17.
DLC quests have been - quite literally - on the cards for a while now. If this content and pricing comes across to the West in this form, would you be tempted? Let us know what you think in the comments, while below is a new video showing an online quest in action.