Dragon Quest 11 is part of Square Enix’s long-running traditional JRPG franchise, and a return to single player narratives after Dragon Quest 10, which was an MMORPG.
The game originally launched in Japan in 2017 for the PS4 and 3DS, and later released in the West for multiple platforms.
Square Enix confirms updated sales numbers for the original game and its definitive edition re-release.
This is following the Definitive Edition's release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
The demo offers up to 10 hours of content to experience.
Xbox Play Anywhere support also confirmed for Xbox One and Windows 10.
Those with the original release can not simply upgrade.
The RPG will also be available via Xbox Game Pass.
The club isn't an easy one to get into.
The latest entry in the Japanese RPG series has sold pretty well.
Hardware sales see a significant drop.
Code Vein and Ys IX: Monstrum Nox also debut in the top 5.
A thief with a heart of gold, and a travelling entertainer who wants to bring joy to people's lives.
The team looks at the entry as almost a new entry.
A four hour-long stream celebrates the game's release.
They aren't calling this the Definitive Edition for nothing.
A sizeable lead over the second-placed game.
Get a look at the sprawling world of Dragon Quest 11 in this new video.
Even more new content for the enhanced re-release gets shown off.
No word yet on what its exact release date is.
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The second DLC fighter could be arriving very soon.
Each character will get their own new personal adventure.
The game is primed and ready for launch (almost).
Some new screenshots give us a look at photo mode, new mounts, and 2D mode.
The Hero joins the fight.
The PC sale will end on May 6th, 10 AM PT.
Don’t worry, out of context, none of these images is a spoiler.
The additional content includes orchestrated music, a setting for 2D graphics, and new story quests.
It launches this Fall on the Switch.
Plus, there’s some new footage of the Switch version as well.
Square Enix will be showing off the game's Switch version, while also revealing other details.
The Switch version holds up surprisingly well, though the PS4 version obviously looks far better.
Square Enix takes the wraps off of the mysterious Switch version of Dragon Quest 11 at long last.
Erdrick, the legendary hero from the Dragon Quest series, may be set to join Super Smash Bros.
Dragon Quest series creator teased CEDEC + KYUSHU 2018 attendees with scant details.
Maybe, at long last, we will finally see the very first gameplay footage of the game.
Square Enix's critically acclaimed RPG continues to record impressive numbers.
Dollar sales were "more than double" that of Dragon Quest 9, as per Mat Piscatella.
You can now name the player character Robert!
That’s really a shame, because I would have loved to see the 3DS version of Dragon Quest 11 localized.
Producer Hokuto Okamoto and director Takeshi Uchikawa say it's still "in the midst of development".
Dragon Quest may remain exclusive to Japan in the future if its latest instalment doesn't perform well in the West.
On Square Enix’s planet, S means hope.
Dragon Quest’s music, sounding like it is meant to at last.
A complete guide for Dragon Quest 11.
Square Enix's eagerly anticipated RPG is now available for Western audiences.
"We put all our heart and soul into this work to bring it to life.”
Yuji Horii says he can keep on making Dragon Quest games for 20 more years.
Minimum settings offer 720p/30 FPS, while the recommended settings deliver 1080p/60 FPS.
The grand daddy of JRPGs makes a triumphant return.
Square are tugging at that PS2 era nostalgia.
Square bringing the big guns with them to the show.
The game continues to look immensely charming.
If Pokemon can do it, I'm sure you can too, Square.
Square Enix plans on having something more in the Switch version of Dragon Quest 11.
"Please stop asking us about it."
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Looks gorgeous, as always.
A fresh look at the combat for the new game.
"I felt that was a much better use of our time."
Multiple options and settings will be available to players as well.
Square Enix even considered delaying the localization on account of the Switch version.
Everything you need to know about Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age.
These changes won’t be added back into the Japanese version of the game, either.
Switch fans might be in for a wait.
It will release for PC via Steam and PS4; Switch version still not dated.
To be clear, that apparently means April 2018-March 2019.
The Japanese gaming market is back, baby!
Nintendo 3DS version beats out PS4 in terms of sales in Japan.
Now for the Switch and 3DS versions...
The upcoming RPG will be localized in five different languages.
That's pretty hefty for a game with no voice acting.
And it continues to look great.
That's a LOT of screenshots right there.
Sentinels in the starry sky.
It's still coming, don't worry.
Now the wait for a western localization begins...
The long wait is coming to an end.
Square Enix rules the roost again.
The long wait to finding out when the long wait for Dragon Quest 11 may be over may be over
Basically if you're a Dragon Quest fan, get this system.
Square Enix are going all out on differentiating both versions of the game.
Some character details also revealed.
It will be comparable to previous chapters.
A Switch version will be coming after all.
Dragon Quest XI is coming on three platforms now.
Square Enix are projected to have two major hits on their hands with these games.
'We have no concrete plans at the moment.'
Dragon Quest 10 also announced for PS4 and NX.
Now the question is- which console?