Dragon Quest Builders details land of Rimuldar

Introducing Dragon Quest Builders' second continent.

Dragon Quest Builders

Square Enix has released a new set of Dragon Quest Builders details and screenshots, introducing the game’s second continent, Rimuldar.

Get the information below.

■ Continents

There are a number of continents in the world of Dragon Quest Builders. And several regions are present in each. Since the monsters and material that appear change by region, you’ll make new discoveries even by exploring the same continent. You can make preparations for your journey in town before departing. You can freely go back and forth between each region using the “Travel Gate.”

The Monsters of Merkid

You’ll encounter several monsters in the first continent, Merkid. In the Grasslands, you’ll encounter monsters like Slimes, Dracky, and Chimeras. In the Mountains, you’ll encounter Hammerhoods, She-slimes, and such. In the Desert, you’ll find Scorpions and Bunicorns. And in the Mines, you’ll find Rockbombs and Golems.

Towards a New Continent

After repelling the monsters and bringing peace to the town, you can move forward towards the next continent.

■ Rimuldar

After restoring the light in Merkid, the hero heads for Rimuldar. In this land, due to “a certain pathogen” spread by monsters in the past, an illness has plagued the continent. To treat the disease, you’ll help a nun named Elle build a hospital. The land’s only doctor is an “Old Doctor Gen,” who might know a cure for the illness. People awaiting help are scattered about Rimuldar. You’ll bring them back to town for treatment in the hospital.

There’s also a training dojo set up by some monsters.

■ Monsters of Rimuldar

Some of the monsters that inhabit Rimuldar include the Scarewolf, Caterpillar, and Walking Corpses.

Dragon Quest Builders will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in Japan on January 28.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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