The hunt begins this March.
Square Enix has finally announced that the long awaited Wii U MMORPG Dragon Quest X will be releasing March 30th exclusively for the console. The game will cost 6,980 yen ($75) and come with a ticket for 20 days online.
Of course, for those who can’t wait to get into the game, Square Enix will also be releasing premium Wii U sets which contain invitations for a beta test to kick off on March 6th for Japan.
That doesn’t include the hardware bundle coming up for the commercial release, which includes a 32 GB SKU, Dragon Quest X, a black controller, prepaid card worth 1000 yen and five super health orbs worth roughly 42000 yen or $452.
Dragon Quest X for Wii U is set to mirror the Wii version in terms of features but will also include improved visuals and the ability to play the game on the Wii U Gamepad thanks to the ever popular gameplay transfer option.