Dragon Quest XI S for Nintendo Switch Logo Revealed by Square Enix, But No Images or Dates Yet

Square Enix finally revealed the logo of the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Quest XI, hinting that it will be voiced... and that's it.

on September 23, 2018 2:03 AM

During a stage event from Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, Japan, Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii revealed the title and official logo of the Nintendo Switch version of the game, which will be titled Dragon Quest XI S.

Horii-san and Producer Hokuto Okamoto mentioned that “S” means a lot of things, including “Switch” and “Shaberu” (which means “Speaking”) and “Seiyuu-san” (which means “Voice Actor”), hinting that the voice overs may be added to the game.

That being said, we also heard that it doesn’t mean “small.”

Almost predictably, nothing else was shared, and we didn’t get a single image of the game, or a release date or window.

You can see the animated logo below. If you want to learn more about the game (which is currently available for PS4 and can be purchased on Amazon) you can read my review.

 /  Executive News Editor
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