Dragon Quest XI scans show Ishi Village, battles, more

From the latest issue of Weekly Jump.

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The latest issue of Weekly Jump has a two-page feature on Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time.

Most of the information in the magazine are details we already heard at Jump Festa 2017, but here are the new bits:

  • The protagonist has a strangely shaped birthmark on his left hand. Something happens when it glows.
  • Emma (first page, bottom left) is a close friend of the protagonist who says she’ll undergo the ritual to climb “God’s Rock” with him. The magazine asks, “What is it that they see there?”
  • The Great Tree of Life (second page, top left) floats in the center of the world. It is said the hero can commune with the soul of the Great Tree.
  • The magazine has a number of PlayStation 4 vs. 3DS comparison screenshots, including of the protagonist’s home village of Ishi in the middle of the second page. It’s a small and quiet village located in the valley.
  • There’s a look at the battle system on the lower right of the second page. The PlayStation 4 version sees both the party and the series’ familiar monsters fully realized. The 3DS version shows both the party and monsters in 3D mode, and just the monsters in 2D mode.

If you missed it, catch the latest information, opening movie, Camus character introduction, and PlayStation 4 and 3DS gameplay videos here.

Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time is due out for PlayStation 4 and 3DS in 2017. A Switch version is also planned, though a release window and graphical style have not been announced.

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