Dragon Quest XI for PS4 and 3DS Gets New Screenshots Showing Ladies, Magic and a New Village

Dragon Quest XI gets a brand new batch of direct feed screenshots from the PS4 and 3DS versions showing new spells and a new location.

on June 4, 2017 11:56 PM

Square Enix updated today the official website of Dragon Quest XI, with a batch of new screenshots showing both PS4 and 3DS versions.

We get to take a glimpse at the village of Homura, which is said to be blessed by the volcano. It’s ruled by a sect of shrine maidens, and its peculiarity are japanese-style buildings and temples. The people live practicing blacksmithing and taking advantage of the volcano’s steam. The screenshots show the temple where the shrine maidens live.

We also get to take a glimpse at the spells used by the beautiful blonde Sena and by the young Veronica, on top of a few screenshots giving a better look on the two ladies.

Sena is a healer who supports the party with powerful recovery spells. She can equip a wand and a spear. When she equips the wand, her role is more shifted towards support, while wielding a spear, she can deliver powerful attacks.

Veronica is a powerful mage, very skilled at mastering attack spells. She can use staves and whips. When wielding a staff her attacks are aimed towards dealing powerful blows to a single enemy, while the whip enables devastating spells against groups.

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

If you want to see more before you check out the screenshots below, you can also watch some more gameplay from the PS4 and 3DS versions and some recent images showing horse racing and the casino. Recently, we also learned that Square Enix can’t yet talk about the Switch version, due to “adult circumstances.”

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