Square Enix Promises New Dragon Quest XI News; Announces Jump Festa Games Lineup

November 29, 2016

Today Square Enix opened its special site for Jump Festa 2017, that will open its gates in Tokyo on December 17th.

Below you can read the full line up, including quite a few relevant console games like Dragon Quest XI and Nier: Automata. A Final Fantasy XV trailer is also promised, probably about the upcoming DLC:

  • Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Scanner (Booth, Trailer, Stage Event)
  • Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 3 Professional  (Booth, Trailer)
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final chapter prologue (Trailer)
  • NieR: Automata (Trailer)
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Trailer)
  • Dragon Quest XI (Stage Event)
  • SaGa: Scarlet Grace (Trailer)
  • Dragon Quest X (Stage Event)
  • Dragon Quest of the Stars (Stage Event)
    • Livestream: YouTube (Dec 18th: 1:00 PM)

The description of the Dragon Quest XI panel mentions that, one and a half years after the announcement, Director Yuji Horii will finally provide a follow-up. Looks like we’re finally getting some news. I wouldn’t count on a release date, but I’m always open to be surprised.

Dragon Quest XI was announced on July 28th, 2015 for PS4 and 3DS, while a Nintendo Switch version was recently confirmed. It still doesn’t have a firm release window for any platform.



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