Dragon Quest XI Gets New PS4 and 3DS Screenshots: Horse Racing, Casino, Quests and More

Square Enix showcases new screenshots of Dragon Quest XI, including horse racing, quests, the casino and more from the PS4 and 3DS versions.

on May 28, 2017 11:43 PM

Today Square Enix updated the official website of Dragon Quest XI with a batch of new screenshots.

The screenshots introduce “some of the ways to make the adventure more enjoyable.”

The first is Horse racing, challenging players to take the course to demonstrate they are the best jockey. Of course winning grants prizes. Courses have obstacles, like flying pumkins and ponds of mud. Players can aim not just for winning, but also for beating their record times.

The second activity is the casino, where players can earn coins that can be exchanged for precious items and luxurious prizes. Three games are available, slot machines, Poker and roulette.

Another activity are quests. There are many people in trouble in the world, and solving their problems will also grant rewards. Taking on quests will lead to battle against formidable enemies.

Last, but not least, we have medal collection, prompting players to gather small medals all over the world, granting a great prize.

Dragon Quest XI will come on July 29th for PS4 and 3DS, with a Nintendo Switch release also planned. That being said, no release window has been shared for the Switch version just yet.

You can check the screenshots out in the gallery below, and if you want to see more, you can also watch some gameplay from the PS4 and 3DS versions and some new images. Yesterday, we also learned that Square Enix can’t yet talk about the Switch version, due to “adult circumstances.”

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