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Dragon Quest X Offline

Square Enix has provided an update on Dragon Quest X Offline, offering new information about the Puku Land Continent. A bunch of screenshots are in as well.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Gematsu:

As part of a new episode of the PlayStation Japan “Play! Play! Play!” broadcast, Square Enix and B.B. Studio released the very first gameplay of Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Offline today. Although we did see a new trailer earlier in the month, this is a proper look at pure footage.

Dragon Quest X initially came to Wii in 2012 as an MMORPG. Later on it was made available on additional platforms, including 3DS and Switch. The Offline edition was then revealed back in May.

Square Enix set a final release date for Dragon Quest X Offline at the Tokyo Game Show today. The game will be available for Switch in Japan on February 26, 2022, the company announced.

Here’s a new trailer:

Square Enix has announced Dragon Quest X Offline, a new version of its MMORPG. It is targeting a 2022 release in Japan.

As the name implies, Dragon Quest X Offline can be played without an internet connect. It will have a unique visual style, and other differences have been teased compared to the online version.

Here’s the debut trailer: