‘Dragon Quest XI’ Adds Senya, Veronica Characters; New Protagonist Destination Is Revealed Too
"Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time" two new additions have recently been revealed on the latest issue of Weekly Jump. Moreover, the same issue revealed that a new country is set to appear in the game as well called Delcadar. In the meantime, the developers revealed that the Nintendo Wii U version of the game is ending and Nintendo users may just play "Dragon Quest X" on the new Nintendo Switch instead.
"Dragon Quest XI" Brings In The Prodigy That Knows No Fear And The Beautiful Harp Girl
The latest character in the "Dragon Quest XI" is said to be a strong-willed girl. In the opening footage, Veronica is featured unleashing an attack spell. In addition, Senya is set to help others with a recovery spell. The beautiful harp girl is noted to have a relaxing presence with a neat and clean atmosphere.
The new destination of the protagonist in "Dragon Quest XI" has also been revealed as the great nation of Delcadar. The protagonist comes to the realization that he is the reincarnation of a legendary hero and sets off on his mission from his hometown. It has been revealed that more of his mission will be clarified upon meeting the king in Delcadar.
It has also been noted that the nation ruled by the king of Delcadar in "Dragon Quest XI" is the biggest country in the continent. A huge castle is featured in the nation along with a plaza with a fountain. Latest reports also reveal that the hero will be called a child of the devil, Gematsu reported. The soldiers proceed to thrust their weapons at the hero but other PlayStation 4 screenshots reveal that the protagonist appears have escaped together with Camus and the chase begins.
"Dragon Quest X" To Launch On PS4 and Nintendo Switch
In other news, the "Dragon Quest XI" predecessor is slated to launch for the PlayStation 4 in summer in Japan. Moreover, reports claim that the Wii version of "Dragon Quest X" is being discontinued. However, the game is set to launch between summer and fall on the Nintendo Switch, Gematsu reported.
"Dragon Quest XI" developers revealed that in order to update "Dragon Quest X" to levels that cannot be done on the Nintendo Wii console, it has decided to end service on the gaming platform. Note that the Version 3 period of the game will be the last for the Wii. However, Square Enix is also planning a campaign for Wii users to easily migrate to the Nintendo Switch. Watch new gameplay and opening cutscene below: