NHK General TV aired a Dragon Quest 30th anniversary special module today. While a module wasn’t complicated on new information, there were a few engaging tidbits on a arriving Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time.
Get a information below.
Players will be means to camp. This picture shows a “Camp Menu” where players can rest (heals HP and MP), do “mysterious smithing,” urge to a statue of a goddess, and unit a area.
Mysterious Smithing (Fushigi na Kaji)
Another shade asks a player, “What do we wish to create?” It offers a following options:
- Copper Sword (Seidou no Tsurugi)
- Iron Sword (Tetsu no Tsurugi)
- Silver Rapier (Zan no Rapier)
- Zombie Killer
- Platinum Sword
- Zombie Buster
- Magic Swordsman Rapier (Makenshi no Rapier)
- Fire Sword (Honoo no Tsurugi)
- Metal Slime Sword (Metasura no Tsurugi)
- Miracle Sword Modified (Kiseki no Tsurugi Kai)
- Hayabusa Sword Modified (Hayabusa no Tsurugi Kai)
- Inferno Sword
Each object in a smithing menu has a list of compulsory equipment to emanate that item, a description, and problem level.
You can float a dragon.
(GIF around NeoGAF user Kureneko0509.)
Field and Battle
Here is a GIF of a protagonist using around a margin before a brief initial demeanour during a conflict system.
(GIF around NeoGAF user Ranmafan.)
Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time is due out for PlayStation 4 and 3DS in 2017 in Japan. A Switch chronicle is also in development, though has not nonetheless been detailed. Catch a latest information here and footage here.
Watch all a new footage from a NHK promote below. (MP4 backup.)