This year marks a major milestone for the Dragon Quest series, as the JRPG franchise turns 35 in 2021. In celebration, developer and publisher Square Enix has announced a special anniversary broadcast, where they will make announcements surrounding the future of the series. This event will be the first time that a Dragon Quest event is streamed simultaneously around the world. It’s likely going to be a huge event, so you won’t want to miss it.
Watch the Dragon Quest 35th anniversary stream here
The Dragon Quest 35th anniversary stream will be broadcasted live on the Dragon Quest YouTube channel. The stream will begin at 8:30 p.m. PT/11:30 p.m. ET. If you don’t feel like going to YouTube, you can actually watch the entire event right here on our website using the embed above. It’s unclear how long the event will run, but the VOD will likely be viewable after it concludes. We also know that longtime game designer Yuji Hori will make a guest appearance during the broadcast.
We’re not exactly sure what will be shown during the event, but Square Enix states that it will be “Introducing the upcoming line-up in the Dragon Quest series.” This would seemingly confirm that there will be new game announcements during the stream. This could be the inevitable Dragon Quest 12, which has already been confirmed to be in development. It could also mean remakes of older games, or new spinoffs in the works. Whatever happens, it seems like a must-watch event for any fan of the JRPG series.
The Dragon Quest 35th anniversary livestream is set to begin in just hours. If you’re not able to watch due to time zones, no need to worry, we’ll have the biggest news from the event for you right here on Shacknews.
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Very curious to see what they announce.
This has always been one of my favorite series, ever since the Nintendo Power giveaway for the first game.
'We don't want to announce anything'
'But thou must.'
Rumor is it’s a new dq monster game and not 12?