Square Enix has released a new set of Dragon Quest Builders details and screenshots, introducing what you can do in Alefgard, outside of reviving the world.
Get the information below.
■ Exploring Alefgard
While exploring Alefgard, you’ll be able to do things that don’t directly lead to the revival of Alefgard, but that you may enjoy and receive reward for.
The Immobile Machine
An immobile Metal Hunter lies at the front of a corpse sitting on a bed of flowers. You can rely on its belongings to finish putting down the flowers it intended to plant.
Big Bro Disappeared
Before teaching you how to make graves, a Hammerhood laments that his big brother has gone missing. There is a suspicious-looking treasure chest that can be seen in the back of the tomb site. Can you expect it as a reward for helping him?
The women bathing in the open air bath feel eyes gazing upon them from somewhere. A wall blocking these unwanted eyes can be properly built, but…
■ People Who Succeed Legends
Somewhere in the fallen world, there are those waiting for the hero’s arrival. Your encounters with them will not only help lead to Alefgard’s revival, but also provide clues to the truth about the world.
The man who runs the armor shop, for example, inherited the powerful weapons creation of his ancestors, and will teach the protagonist.
The old man who calls himself the prophet Mutsuheta, as if he knew you were coming, will try to lead you somewhere.
A young man whose ancestor was a lover of harps is also a lover of songs and music, but does not seem to have a harp.
A Dragon protects a treasure chest.
Slimes gather to become a King Slime.
Metal Slimes also roam the world and, rather than experience points, might award you with valuable materials.
Dragon Quest Builders will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in Japan on January 31. A demo is due out on January 22.
View the screenshots at the gallery.