The newest installment in the storied Dragon Quest franchise by SQUARE ENIX just came out last month. Dragon Quest Treasures arrived on the Nintendo Switch with relatively good reviews but received nothing jaw-dropping. Some good news for anyone desiring to play the latest installment in the Dragon Quest series but is still debating if Dragon Quest Treasures is worth the price; Dragon Quest Treasures now has a free playable demo available on the Nintendo Switch. The demo allows players to experience the beginning portions of the game, which follows of the childhood adventures of siblings Erik and Mia from DRAGON QUEST XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age on an unforgettable adventure in their search for the seven fabled Dragonstones.
Some awesome news in regards to the demo is that all progress made in the demo, including saved data will be carried over to the official game if you buy it. Also, anyone who buys the full game after completing the demo will receive five Better Buddy Bullets to assist in their journey.
The story of Dragon Quest Treasures follows previously established character Erik and Mia on their journey through the mysterious world of Draconia. The team will also include a wide variety of cute and adorable monster pets to assist the main characters in their search for treasure. Monsters will help players find treasure and explore the hidden areas of the world. Defend your treasure from enemies as you travel to town to get it apprised. Collecting treasure can increase the players’ vault value, allowing them to expand their home base and further build up their brigade of friendly monsters.
Dragon Quest Treasures is available on Nintendo Switch, now with a Demo for prospective buyers. Anyone who purchases the Digital Deluxe Edition will receive three monster allies – Great Sabrecat, Ruby Golem and Icy Dragling – as well as batches of Bestest Buddy Bullets and Omniheal Bombs, in addition to the full game.
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