'Dragon Quest Builders' Gets Free DLC; USJ Creates “Dragon Quest” Attraction
Square Enix has just announced the release of a new and free DLC for PlayStation players. The new content includes numerous recipes to be used in the game. Meanwhile, Universal Studios Japan have just revealed their plan to recreate the world of “Dragon Quest” in March.
Free DLC for “Dragon Quest Builders”
In the latest free “Dragon Quest Builders” newsletter, Square Enix has announced a free DLC for the game that all PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VITA players can claim. It includes new recipes namely 8-Bit Brick Recipe, Eyewall Recipe, Retro Roof Recipe, Olde Worlde Wall Recipe, and Time-Honoured Turf Recipe.
“Dragon Quest” Comes to Universal Studios Japan
In other news, Universal Studios Japan have revealed last Monday that they are already planning to recreate the world of “Dragon Quest” on March 17. This attraction will allow visitors to visit the game’s dungeons and even fight monsters just like when playing “Dragon Quest”. Unfortunately, the attraction will only be up for a limited time.
Universal Studios Japan has been constantly adding new attractions every year. And in 2017, they have already revealed some of the games they plan to recreate including Jurassic Park, Harry Potter and much more. The theme park is known for recreating fictional worlds so fans can expect realistic experience when the attraction is ready.
“Dragon Quest” XI Coming in Nintendo Switch
The first “Dragon Quest” was produced in 1986 by Square Enix CO., and has been one of the most popular games in Japan. Since its release and after 10 franchise, the game has already sold approximately 66 million units all over the world. Today, “Dragon Quest” XI is already in the works and fans just can’t wait to play the game. It will be available for PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch sometime in 2017.