Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake Coming to Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC

largely kept his lips shut on the Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D remake since it was announced three years ago, but the publisher has now revealed which platforms it will arrive on. When it finally arrives, you’ll be able to play it on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC (via Steam).

Since Square Enix began using its distinctive HD-2D technology with the company used it in a series of titles, including , , THE And the opera stage. Based on , the HD-2D engine is configured to give Dragon Quest 3 a serious visual upgrade, almost three decades after the original game arrived in 1988.

The new version may not be too far away either. The teaser suggested that the Dragon Quest 3 The HD-2D remake is “coming closer,” several months after series creator Yuji Horii said it was. With Summer Game Fest and all its associated events, we might find out more details about the remake very soon.

Square Enix released the teaser on Dragon Quest Day, which marks the anniversary of the series’ very first game launching in Japan in 1986. Horii also took the opportunity to provide a minor update on the upcoming mainline entry . Square Enix announced Dragon Quest XII: Flames of Destiny in 2021, but there is no sign of a release date yet. That said, Horii wants it to live up to the legacy of Dragon Quest’s main creators, Akira Toriyama and Koichi Sugiyama.

“Thank you very much everyone for your many congratulations (Dragon Quest Day)!” Horii, according to . “There have been concerns about Dragon Quest XII, but I was actually in a meeting (about it) until recently. Although I can’t share details yet, I want it to be something worthy of the posthumous work of the two (Toriyama and Sugiyama) who died. I’ll do my best!”

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