Dragon Quest XI Finally Confirmed For The West
Fans have been clamouring for any news pertaining to the upcoming Dragon Quest XI coming to the West. Today, as the game launches in Japan, Square-Enix took to Dragon Quest’s social media platforms to announce that now, finally, Dragon Quest XI: Echos of an Elusive Age was being worked on for the West.
Yuji Horii, famed game designer of the Dragon Quest series, makes an appearance with a swarm of Slimes in tow to share some exciting news! pic.twitter.com/ytHpJyozkd
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With localisation having now begun, predictions out of Square-Enix result in a projected 2018 release date with the game being localised into English and several other undefined languages. More information will be reportedly released this upcoming Spring.
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