Dragon Quest XI Gets Lovely New Screenshots for PS4 and 3DS Showing Monster Mounts

Square Enix reveals new screenshots of Dragon Quest XI, focusing on monster mounts.

on May 14, 2017 11:25 PM

Square Enix updated today the official webpage of Dragon Quest XI, by adding a lot of new screenshots of the upcoming PS4 and 3DS versions of the game.

The screenshots focus on the use of monster mounts within the game, that can be used on both platforms to access areas that would be inaccessible via normal means.

This includes climbing walls and cliffs, and flying. In order to ride certain monsters it will be necessary to defeat them in battle.

New monsters will also be available for this purpose, including Bee Riders, which are giant bees that can also attack with their sting and Pearlmobile, a machine made of unknown metal that shines like a pearl, able to perform gas attacks.

You can check out all the screenshots below and if you want to see more of Dragon Quest XI, you can enjoy gameplay from the PS4 version, some from the 3DS versionnew screenshots and trailers, and the box art for both the PS4 and 3DS versions, on top of quite a few screenshots featuring recently announced characters and some featuring the old dear Spell of Restoration and the Skill Panel and a few featuring skillchains. The special 2DS XL and PS4 dedicated to the game have also been revealed, while pre-orders in Japan appear to be doing great.

Dragon Quest XI will come on July 29th for PS4 and 3DS, with a Nintendo Switch release also planned, but left without a release window, for the moment.

 /  Executive News Editor
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