This week, we learned Dragon Quest Builders will follow in the footsteps of a great many sandbox games, thanks to a selection of items that can be built, combined and otherwise modified to improve your inventory.
The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below is a personality-centric event, the latest trailer released from Square Enix shows that monsters will still join the 12 playable, human characters in battle.
Via the Square Enix Press Site, the new trailer, which you can view at the bottom of this post, highlights each character that players will encounter, both good and bad, as well as gameplay and skill tree development.
For the unfamiliar, Dragon Quest Heroes revolves around the hero, Luceus, or the heroine, Aurora, who lead a familiar Dragon Quest ensemble of characters.
Dragon Quest Builders is a “block-making RPG”, the first of its kind. Dragon Quest Heroes is set to launch exclusively on the PlayStation 4 on October 16, 2015.
While Dragon Quest Heroes may not be the game that fans wanted Square Enix to bring over, it may control the fate of the series in North America.
As players make their way through the game, the monsters will become increasingly more hard.
Dragon Quest Builders is due to be released in Japan on January 28, 2016.
In order to revive a desolated world and the towns once home to the people, the game’s protagonist must use his special power to rebuild.