Dragon Quest Builders’ Trailer Teaches The Basics Of Building

Minecraft fans and Dragon Quest fans alike can rejoice in Dragon Quest Builders, seeing how it takes both games and fuses them unto one story driven, RPG, building game. Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Builders is set to come out for PS4 and PS Vita on October 11th.

I’m not a big fan of the whole Minecraft genre and so on, but at times there are some games that make the voxel block building scene look somewhat interesting. And no, that does not include Roblox, but a game called Dragon Quest Builders.

Being a fan of some of the older Dragon Quest games and now seeing the series take a new direction down a story-driven, block-building world, has me very curious as to how this game will play out. Seeing how most people hate the Settlement building story-segments in Fallout 4, I’m curious how Square Enix will pull this story/building stuff off in Builders?

In addition to the story, we learn a little bit more about what’s going on in this upcoming version of Builders, and how some features will play out. Thanks to the game’s latest description posted up, you can read it below:

“Rise as a legendary builder in a tale of epic proportions and explore a vast sandbox world to gather materials, craft items, and build everything imaginable. It’s up to you to use the power of creation in battle against the reigning Dragonlord and his evil minions to restore peace to the shattered realm. Build for fun. Build for adventure. Build to save the world!”

The game is set to follow a customizable protagonist that ventures the land to either build things for fun and help people, or partake in quests to stop the big bad Dragonlord. The four minute new video sits below for your viewing pleasure.

Dragon Quest Builders is set to come out for PS4 and PS Vita this year, on October 11th.


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  • durka durka

    At first i was like oh cool buld stuff, then i was like, fuck the enviroment looks like minecraft, then i was like yay quests, main story…then i was like, wtf no pc version for a minecraft clone retarded much? Then i saw the previous game got a pc version eventually.

    • Ethan42

      Wow, what a roller-coaster ride you had there. But on a serious note, I too am looking forward to a PC version of Builders.