Dragon Quest XI Gets Lots of PS4 and 3DS Screenshots Showing Story and Characters

Square Enix shows more of the story and characters of Dragon Quest XI, while also providing wallpapers for your PC or smart device of choice.

on July 17, 2017 2:30 AM

Today Square Enix updated the official site of Dragon Quest XI with a large batch of screenshots from both the PS4 and 3DS versions, focusing on the story and characters of the upcoming JRPG.

We get to see how the hero and his party are pursued by the army of Delcadar, and visit the Tree of Life to unravel the mystery hidden by the court.

We learn that the journey of the hero will extend beyond the ocean, to its bottom and to the sky, where encounters with various characters are waiting for him. He will have to search for the truth behind the fact that he is called son of the devil despite the fact that he descends from the savior of legend.

On top of the screenshots, we also get a nice load of wallpapers in various sizes, if you want to decorate your PC or smart device with the game. If you’re on PS4 or 3DS, don’t worry, because free themes are coming tomorrow.

You can check the gallery out below. And if you want to see more, you can watch the spectacular opening prologue video, some new commercials starring celebrities, a couple of interesting clips and images from yesterday’s event in Tokyo, recent new screenshots showing characters and skills, and more footage displaying riding monsters and more. You can also read some recent information on PS4 Pro support and more.

Dragon Quest XI will release in Japan on July 29th for PS4 and 3DS, with a Nintendo Switch release also planned at some time down the line.

 /  Executive News Editor
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