Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age is coming to Nintendo Switch as Dragon Quest 11 S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition, with a slew of additional content.
This version of the fantastic RPG will include new story chapters focusing on individual characters, the option to listen to both Japanese and English voiceovers, and other features previously unavailable on the PlayStation 4 version. You can also manually adjust the game's battle speed, if you're wanting to change things up o speed past certain areas you've already completed before. If you already enjoyed it on PlayStatioon 4 before, you might want to think about jumping back in at some point – because now you can take it on the go! And what's better than that for Dragon Quest fans? RPGs were practically made to be portable,a after al.
This version will also include the "retro" version of the game that was previously released on the 3DS version of the game, a Japan-only exclusive. Now you'll be able to try it out for yourself right from your Nintendo Switch.
The game is slated for a fall release, so you'll be waiting a while, but it's a great title to look forward to and pencil in when things start slowing down later on in the year.
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Really curious if any of these additions are coming to any of the other versions. I just bought the PS4 version, and would love an orchestra soundtrack option, based on what I've read about the game.