Square Enix Stated During the Dragon Quest Summer Festival That Dragon Quest XI S Will Have A Demo
According to Square Enix during their 2019 Dragon Quest Summer Festival in Tokyo, Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age will be receiving a demo but didn’t explain how long prior to launch (September 27th 2019) the demo will release. Square Enix explained that gamers who play the demo but upgrade to the full experience will be given a skill seed and a premium hero card in free to play Nintendo Switch card battle game, Dragon Quest Rivals assuming they don’t delete their save file.
Square Enix also mentioned that gamers will be able to revisit the world from Dragon Quest X in Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age as one of many they’ll have access to. With the lack of convenient and accessible video game rental services, demos have become a necessity this generation when discovering new titles and we expect many people to try the Dragon Quest XI S demo that may not have otherwise given it a chance. Offering free in-game content for their card battle game Dragon Quest Rivals is a great incentive to check out another game if the deep open world RPG of Dragon Quest XI S doesn’t appeal to you. There’s no official release date for the demo but it’s expected be available for download prior to the launch of Dragon Quest XI S.
If the wait for Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age is too long for you, consider checking out Dragon Quest Builders 2 which combines the Dragon Quest RPG mechanics with Minecraft world building and destructibility.
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