Dragon Quest Heroes 2 will launch on April 25th. According to Square Enix, who is helping Koei Tecmo and Omega Force’s work, the game will release across PC and PS4 on said date. Tagging along with the PC and PS4 debut is a Switch release, which is set to launch in Japan on March 3rd.
If you are a big fan of DQ games and like to immerse yourself in the realm of the colorful and bright series, Square Enix, Koei Tecmo and Omega Force will have your back. Dragon Quest Heroes 2 will come out for PS4 and PC via Steam on April 25th.
Joining the above information is a new video trailer that covers the basic concept and story in Dragon Quest Heroes 2. The game starts after a thousand years of peace reigning over the land and follows the tragic events of the Seven Realms succumbing to a dangerous force, this situation calls for a band of brave heroes to defeat this evil.
The overview of the game’s story sits below.
“After a thousand years of peace, the Seven Realms suddenly collapse into conflict as if guided by a mysterious and malicious force. Now, you must lead a band of powerful heroes in a quest to defeat evil and save the war-torn world!”
The new video can be seen here and stands to be an “Overview Trailer”. You can check the video out thanks to Dragon Quest‘s YouTube channel.
If you are a fan of the upcoming Nintendo Switch console and Dragon Quest games, there is good news for you. Square Enix announced on the game’s main site that Dragon Quest Heroes 1 and 2 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
As of now the two games — Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below and Dragon Quest Heroes 2 — will launch in Japan on March 3rd, and will run for 8,800 yen.
In addition to the above Dragon Quest Heroes 1 and 2 will feature added content like the character Ragnar McRyan. Folks will also find other features like the boss Malroth, improvements to gameplay and all DLC from the PS versions in the Switch version.
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