Dragon Quest XI has sold over 6 million copies, and the expanded edition has a new trailer

Dragon Quest XI has sold over 6 million copies, and the expanded edition has a new trailer


Square enix in the official microblog Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age announced that its total retail and digital sales of the game exceeded 6 million copies.

Recall that the last time the Japanese publishing house reported on the success of the eleventh issue of Dragon Quest in December 2019. At the time of that announcement, the result of the project was not much more modest – 5.5 million copies.

Along with the announcement of new game sales figures, Square Enix has unveiled the Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition trailer for the Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online.

The three-minute video promises two graphics modes (normal and 16-bit), the ability to switch between English and Japanese dubbing, and “The most complete Dragon Quest XI bundle” by “Brand new affordable price.”

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition is already available on Nintendo Switch, and will be released on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store, Windows 10), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on December 4 this year.

Due to the fact that the Switch version was taken as the basis for the new release, the extended edition will look worse than the basic one on PC and PS4. Plus, owners of the original Definitive Edition will have to buy for the full price just like everyone else.

The cost of the new edition will be $ 40 – that’s how much the game costs in the Microsoft Store. On PC and PS4, prices are regional: 1999 rubles – in Steam and Epic Games Store, 2299 rubles – in PlayStation Store.

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