Dragon Quest Builders pre-order bonuses announced

PS4 theme, Recipes, and Battle Tickets.

Dragon Quest Builders

Square Enix has announced pre-order bonuses for Dragon Quest Builders.

In addition to the Day One Edition content—which includes the “Slimy Block Recipe,” “Springtide Sprinkles Recipe,” and “Gold Block Recipe”—pre-orders for Dragon Quest Builders through the PlayStation Store will include:

  • An exclusive block-themed PlayStation 4 theme
  • A “Retro Building Pack” with four different recipes: “8-Bit Brick Recipe,” “Olde Worlde Wall Recipe,” “Retro Roof Recipe,” and “Time-Honored Turf Recipe”

Pre-orders through Amazon.com will include:

  • “Knight Abhorrent & Knight Errant Battle Ticket” / “Mage Blueprint”: Using this ticket triggers a battle against a Knight Abhorrent and Knight Errant which, when defeated, rewards players with a blueprint for a Mage statue.
  • “Vis Mager & Dracky Battle Ticket” / “Warrior Blueprint”: Using this ticket triggers a battle against a Vis Mager and Drackies which, when defeated, rewards players with a blueprint for a Warrior statue.

Finally, GameStop and EB Games pre-orders will include:

  • “Green Dragon & Slime Battle Ticket” / “Hero Blueprint”: Using this ticket triggers a battle against a Green Dragon and Slimes which, when defeated, rewards players with a blueprint for a Hero statue.
  • “Tearwolf & Ghost Battle Ticket” / “Martial Artist Blueprint”: Using this ticket triggers a battle against a Tearwolf and Ghosts which, when defeated, rewards players with a blueprint for a Martial Artist statue.

Dragon Quest Builders is due out physically and digitally for PlayStation 4, and digitally for PS Vita, on October 11 in North America and October 14 in Europe.

View screenshots of the PlayStation Store-exclusive PlayStation 4 theme at the gallery.

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