Dragon Quest Builders 2 demo announced and new images


Dragon Quest Builders 2 demo announced and new images

As we are entitled to expect, Dragon Quest Builders 2 will offer its share of new features compared to its elder. Inevitably, the fans are impatient to discover them controller in hand. Good news for them Square-Enix prepared a demo of the gamebut you will have to wait a bit.

The second part is still in development, its teams are waiting to have completed it to tackle the said demo, which they want to release before the official launch of Dragon Quest Builders 2.

The publisher also took advantage of its livestream to give us some new information, including a new area called the Occulm Island. Now an abandoned desert, it was once, quite literally, a veritable gold mine. It also houses an underground lake and imposing ruins. Players will be able to meet three characters there. perowho wants to rebuild a bar there, Carl a former blacksmith and Massimo a talented miner who doesn’t know how to fight against monsters.

After helping NPCs, you can decide to set them up anywhere on the main island to help develop it. We can very clearly see their impact in the images below:

As a reminder, Dragon Quest Builders 2 is due out on December 20 in Japan on PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

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