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Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake already has a release date

Square Enix also announced the remake for Dragon Quest 1 and 2 HD 2D and they will arrive sometime in 2025

Square Enix was present during the Nintendo Direct broadcast to bring new news of several new games and new information for several games, including the release date of Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake, scheduled to arrive on November 14 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

It has also announced the 2025 release of Dragon Quest 1 and 2 HD-2D Remake, offering fans two classic turn-based RPG adventures to embark on.

First announced in 2021, Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake is a stunning reimagining of the beloved masterpiece and narrative beginning of the Erdrick trilogy. With incredible HD-2D graphics, updated features, and a refined narrative, players are invited to embark on an epic fantasy adventure to save the world from a dark evil.

Rebuilt for modern audiences, this installment offers current fans the chance to re-enjoy a much-loved role-playing experience like never before, while also being a perfect starting point for newcomers to discover one of the most influential role-playing game franchises in the history of video games.

Key features of Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake:

  • A completely modernized new version of the original: iStunning HD-2D visuals fuse pixel art with 3D graphics, bringing players into the world of Dragon Quest III like never before, along with an improved, modernized user interface and other quality of life improvements.
  • Traditional Dragon Quest style battles: A refined version of the classic turn-based battle system, with new animations, additional improvements such as adjustable battle speed, automatic battle settings, and more.
  • Immersive world: Deep exploration of a vast world map with a host of rich and captivating locations to discover, challenging players to overcome many unexpected encounters during the journey.
  • Experience a timeless musical score: an immersive, authentic and diverse musical composition that captures the timeless essence and magic of the Dragon Quest universe.

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