UI adjustments, pre-order exclusives detailed because the traditional JPRG units its sights on the west
It’s a pleasure to fulfill everybody. I’m Hokuto Okamoto, the producer of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age. I’m very ecstatic about having been in a position to announce the release date for the newest installment within the Dragon Quest collection, Dragon Quest XI, for everybody within the West.
Dragon Quest XI was developed in order that it might turn out to be a fruits of kinds for the collection to this point, a title that basically represents “a new starting” regardless of it being the newest sport within the Dragon Quest XI collection. The sport itself has been obtained fairly favorably by shoppers since its release in Japan, and I imagine the title has formed as much as turn out to be one thing “each nostalgic and new” for current followers of the collection, and one thing that ignites the will to play the opposite titles within the collection upon finishing the sport for these experiencing Dragon Quest for the primary time.
The sport’s state of affairs quantities to one of the vital epic narratives within the collection. Much time was spent localising the sport in an effort to correctly talk and ship the wealthy localities that amass “Erdrea”, the world of Dragon Quest XI. But, reflective of the time spent, it’s really shaping as much as turn out to be a fantastic sport. Of course, it doesn’t finish with localisation, some preparations are being made all through the sport to make sure higher accessibility for Western gamers, together with voice overs and changes to the UI design such because the menu.
For instance, the Equipment display screen within the Japanese model displays the standard text-only UI, acquainted to Japanese followers, however the Western model adopts a UI that shows icons in order that it’s simpler to visually grasp sure info such because the weapon sort.
The state of affairs, characters, and general universe had been notably praised in Japan, however I’m particularly enthusiastic about listening to what sort of sentiment and impressions everybody abroad could have in direction of the sport! Please stay up for Dragon Quest XI.
Pre-orders begin at the moment!
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is coming to the West on 4th September, 2018. Pre-order now on PlayStation Store to obtain the unique “The Legend Reborn” Theme (proven under), together with in-game DLC objects when the sport launches (Vest for Success, Seed of Skill x15, and Über Agate of Evolution x3).