Look out, JRPG fans, the complete saga of The Luminary’s journey through Erdrea is now available for PS4, Xbox One, PC via Steam and Epic Games Store, as Dragon Quest XI S Echoes Of An Elusive Age Definitive Edition is out now.
More than 34 years after the release of the first Dragon Quest game, the highly-acclaimed series makes its debut on Xbox bringing the latest instalment of the series and its wondrous world to a whole new audience.
This definitive version of the critically acclaimed Dragon Quest XI S Echoes Of An Elusive Age Definitive Edition is packed with a host of new features and enhancements making it a truly unmissable experience for RPG fans everywhere. Key upgrades include:
• New character side stories – Get to know your fascinating cast of companions more than ever with individual side stories and adventures.
• Retro 2D mode – In addition to stunning 3D, you can also choose to play in 2D with retro-inspired graphics of classic 16-bit RPGs.
• 16-bit World of Tickington – Journey to past DRAGON QUEST worlds full of additional side quests reimagined in the retro style.
• Japanese audio – Choice to play the entire game with all-new Japanese voice-over or the original English.
• Fully Orchestrated Soundtrack – Ability to switch between the symphonic soundtrack or the original synthesized soundtrack as you travel the world of Erdrea.
• Photo mode – Immortalize your adventure with the perfect image. Rearrange characters, set different poses, change angles etc. are just some of the features available in Photo Mode.
• Additional Draconian Mode options, Adjustable Battle Speeds and More.
A downloadable demo offering up to 10 hours of content from the opening of the game is also available for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Progress from the demo can be carried over to the full game. Players who complete the main scenario of the demo will receive three “Seed of Skill”, which grant players an extra skill point when consumed and can be used either in the demo or upon continuing their save progress in the full game.
Back in 2018 (when the original launched), I called the game “the best JRPG of the current games generation.” Head on over here to check out my review of the game.