Following its launch in Japan last month, Square Enix released a demo version of Dragon Quest X Offline. In a familiar refrain, there are currently no plans for a western release of the game.
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Square Enix provided new details for Dragon Quest X Offline. The update covers the Monster Subjugation Corps, where players can use friends’ characters to get items.
Square Enix released a new trailer from Dragon Quest X Offline ahead of its launch in Japan in September. The company also announced a new bundle for the MMORPG as it comes up to its tenth anniversary.
Dragon Quest X Offline has been given a Japanese release date. The game will launch in September, with its first expansion now following in spring.
Square Enix provided some extra details for Dragon Quest X Offline. The update covers the familiar Fun-Size Forge as well as Accessory Synthesis.
Square Enix provided another set of images and details for Dragon Quest X Offline. The update introduces many of the game’s advanced classes.
Square Enix provided new details and images for Dragon Quest X Offline’s Wena Islands. Japanese RPGamers will be able to visit the islands’ offline version this summer.
Square Enix provided some further details on Dragon Quest X Offline. The update covers guest characters, an original story episode, and the Spell of Restoration feature compatible with the online game.
Square Enix announced a delay for Dragon Quest X Offline. The single-player version of the MMORPG will now launch in Japan in summer.
New screenshots for Dragon Quest X Offline introduce the continent of Eltona and island of Rakkaran. The former is nature-rich home of the Elves, while the latter is an entertainment resort complete with casino.
Square Enix provided new details about Dragon Quest X’s upcoming offline version. The update provides details on the player character, combat, and party members.
Square Enix revealed the offline version of MMORPG Dragon Quest X will release in Japan in February. The release will be followed by its first expansion in spring.
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Japanese RPGamers looking to get into Dragon Quest X will soon be able to pick up a single package containing the game and all of its expansions. Naturally, there is still nothing to indicate that the game may ever come west.