Dragon Quest Heroes overview trailer

Playable characters and systems introduced.

Dragon Quest Heroes

Square Enix has released a new overview trailer for Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below detailing the game’s characters and systems.

The video, which is narrated by King Doric, introduces the game’s playable characters, including:

  • Luceus (original)
  • Aurora (original)
  • King Doric (original)
  • Isla (original)
  • Healix (original, non-playable)
  • Maya (Dragon Quest IV)
  • Alena (Dragon Quest IV)
  • Kiryl (Dragon Quest IV)
  • Bianca (Dragon Quest V)
  • Nera (Dragon Quest V)
  • Terry (Dragon Quest VI)
  • Jessica (Dragon Quest VIII)
  • Yangus (Dragon Quest VIII)

Players will form a party of four heroes to battle. The monsters you defeat will sometime turn into “Monster Medals,” which can be used at any time during battle to summon that monster. You’ll be able to upgrade your heroes and equipment—buy new weapons and shields, create new accessories, buy stat-enhancing orbs, and unlock new skills and talents.

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below is due out for PlayStation 4 in North America on October 13 and Europe on October 16.

Watch the trailer below.

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