While we have known about the western release of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age for a while, Square Enix has not shared that much information about it until now. Today, we learned that the game is coming west on PC and PS4 with some brand new features, including an English voiceover, on September 4.
While the vast base game already includes over 100 hours of content, Square Enix is bringing quite a bit to Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age in its western release. As I mentioned before, this game will include an English voiceover, but is also poised to include reworked menus, movement, and camera controls to make things feel smoother. Players will also have access to a special Camera Mode to check out the game’s gorgeous environments in greater detail.
In addition, players will also have access to Dash function that wasn’t in the Japanese version of the game. As for new content, the western release of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will include the Draconian Quest, which is a hard mode for veteran players to test their skills in.
Unfortunately, there is currently no word on the 3DS of Nintendo Switch versions of the game. That being said, Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is already available for pre-order on the PlayStation Store, and those who pre-order there will garner instant access to a PS4 menu theme and in-game DLC once the game launches.
Below, you can check out two new videos for the game. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will launch on PC and PS4 on September 4.