Dragon Quest XI finally has a release date on PC and PlayStation 4, but not all the news is rosy if you prefer your RPGs on Nintendo systems. The long awaited eleventh title in the series from creator Yuji Horii will take gamers on a quest in a beautifully detailed world.
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For the first time ever, a mainline Dragon Quest game will be out on PC.
Echoes of an Elusive Age was released in Japan last summer and will also be coming to the Nintendo Switch at a later date.
Overhauled Menus and UI - with graphical and navigational enhancements. If you want to play the game but haven't found the flawless successor for Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild yet, then you should wait for this one to release on the console. As mentioned above, the 3DS version won't be coming to the west at all. A Square Enix representative confirmed with IGN that the planned Nintendo Switch version for the West will not ship this year, and it may ship "much later".
As for the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Quest XI, it will be released in North America and Europe when it's complete.
Additionally, a photo mode has been added called Camera Mode, allowing players to take in views of the attractive landscape, character renders and ferocious monsters in closer detail. The 3DS version of DQXI, meanwhile, isn't being localized at all. This morning, Square revealed the game will launch on PS4 and PC (a first for the franchise) September 4, 2018.