'Dragon Quest Heroes 2' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Multiplayer Functionality, New Swarm Of Enemies & Characters With Unique Moves

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Dec 08, 2016 11:54 PM EST

The developer of "Dragon Quest Heroes 2" is Omega force and the producer is Square Enix. The latter revealed the official release dates of "Dragon Quest Heroes 2". The game will be launched in North America on April 25, 2017 while it will be launched in Europe on April 28, 2017. The game is compatible digitally and physically on PS4.

"Dragon Quest Heroes 2" is an action RPG according to Gamespot. Players will experience a grand adventure as they need to restore the order in order to have a peaceful world. The game features a thrilling quest with epic proportions along the way.

"Dragon Quest Heroes 2" also includes a multiplayer functionality. They are allowed to form a party of more than four online. Players must conquer swarms of enemies and they need to put down gigantic monsters.

The game will also feature a number of characters. Each of these characters has a unique moves and skills. The previous hosts from "Dragon Quest" are also included and there will be additional new heroes. Players can choose between Lazarel and Teresa.

Omega force is also the developer of "Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom", "Hyrule Warriors", "One Piece" and "Pirate Warriors". "Dragon Quest Heroes 2" was first released in Japan last May 2016 according to Euro Gamer.

In the official statement of Simon Parkin, Omega Force will gain supporters on Dynasty Warriors Magic. There is something vital that has been traded in the endeavor. "Dragon Quest Heroes 1" was launched in 2015. It is a bombastic and colorful kind of game.

On the other hand, "Dragon Quest Heroes 2" will feature an online four player co-op. In the trailer of "Dragon Quest Heroes 2" it does not include any gameplay footage.  Alena and Maya will still be in the game and players can control a dozen and more characters in the "Dragon Quest" timeline. 


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