Square Enix announced this morning that they’re bringing some classical role-playing games to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS after this month. The strange Dragon Quest and a supplement Dragon Quest II will be expelled on Aug 10 in Japan. These classical ports will be flattering affordable, and will usually cost 600 and 850 yen, respectively. Dragon Quest III will join them after that month (an accurate recover date wasn’t given), though during a aloft cost of 1,500 yen.
This wasn’t a usually big Dragon Quest news announced this weekend, as a Japanese publisher also suggested that Dragon Quest Builders 2 was in development. The initial gameplay for a arriving PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch pretension can be seen here. It’ll underline some vital improvements on a strange game, as it’ll offer online mild multiplayer, a ability to use a glider, and players can now swim underwater.
It’s good to see such ongoing support of one of a many successful role-playing diversion franchises. There is now no word on if these ports of Dragon Quest, Dragon Quest II, and Dragon Quest III will see a worldwide release, though Square Enix has finished a good pursuit of late of bringing over titles in a series. They recently announced that Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age would be entrance over to North America and Europe in 2018, so it positively wouldn’t be a startle if these classical titles got over to relieve a wait.
We’ll have some-more on these classical ports as some-more minute information becomes available.
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