Priced at $29.99/£26.99, it will include four waves of DLC, which Nintendo said won’t be available to purchase individually.
Arriving alongside the game on July 29, the first wave will include a selection of helpful items and outfit colour variants.
The second wave, which will be released by December 31, will include Challenge Battle, a new hero character and quests, and new outfits.
The third wave, which will launch by April 30, 2023, will also include Challenge Battle, a new hero character and quests, and new outfits.
The fourth wave, arriving by December 31, 2023, will introduce a brand-new story scenario.
The Expansion Pass was announced at the end of a 20-minute Xenoblade Chronicles 3 presentation. It included new information on the game’s plot and profiles of its six main characters.
The video also offered more glimpses of the game’s large open world, as well as some of the enemies players will encounter.
Other features shown included fast travel, quest routes and the ability to change time.
The game was originally planned for a September release, but Nintendo recently moved the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 release date forward to July 29.