Wednesday, July 6

Dragon Quest X Offline delays its release in Japan to next summer

Square Enix has confirmed a delay in the Japanese launch of Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Offline. The RPG was scheduled for February 26 on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, but now arrive a few months later, in summer. Similarly, the great downloadable expansion Dragon Quest X: The Sleeping Hero and the Guiding Ally Offline It goes from summer to fall of 2022.

Producer Takuma Shiraishi has communicated that the decision seeks to improve the quality of the game and ensure that it is in “perfect condition” on its departure, which at the moment is announced only for the Japanese country. We do not know whether to reach Spain and the rest of the West, or if it happens the same as with the MMORPG Dragon Quest X original, which remained in Japan for Wii, Wii U, PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, mobile and 3DS.

As the name suggests, Dragon Quest X Offline is an offline version of the original, and also make changes to various aspects, including the graphic, especially in their characters, who will show a stubborn or chibi the producer defined as nostalgic and charming. As with other episodes of the saga, be independent and you do not need to have played Dragon Quest X original or others in the saga.

An adventure through Astoltia

Dragon Quest X It tells us of a world -Astoltia- with five continents and several islands. The protagonist begins his adventure accompanied by save Astoltia from the demons, a journey in which to meet the five tribes of these landsFrom the frozen mountains of Ogreed to the warm climate of the Wena Islands, the forests of Eltona, the green fields of Puku Land and the sand and rock desert of Dwachakka.

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The Dragon Quest X The original has almost a decade behind it and received good reviews despite how risky it was to adapt a classic role-playing saga online, and even received several expansions and updates. The offline version is expected to have more luck with the western market.

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