Dragon Quest XI introduces new character Silvia, two new monsters, camp system

Camp to rest and restore, save, and even shop.

Dragon Quest XI

The latest issue of Weekly Jump reveals another new character set to appear in Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time, as well as two new monsters, and some details about the camp system.

Get the information below.

■ New Character

Silvia

“It is my mission to make the people of the world smile!”

A character who seems to be a traveler, but his tone is…

■ New Monsters

Mokokkii

A monster that carries a huge needle that can fill anything with holes!

Lantern Kozou

A lantern that was thrown away and became a monster in its resentment against humans.

Caption next to 3DS screenshot of the protagonist, Camus, and the Lantern Kozou behind them: “Some monsters, including Lanter Kozou, only appear at night.”

■ Loads of New Systems

Caption below 3DS screenshot of the protagonist talking to a character wearing yellow: “People with a purple speech bubble mark may have some sort of request.”

Caption below the PlayStation 4 screenshot of the protagonist talking to a character wearing red: “As you approach people, you can hear their voices through the speech bubbles that appear over their head.”

Caption below PlayStation 4 screenshot of the protagonist riding a horse / to the right of 3DS screenshot of the protagonist riding a horse: “Adventure with ease while riding a horse! In the PlayStation 4 version, you can blow away monsters by hitting them with the horse’s body.”

Camp System (Red Box)

On the field, you can make a bonfire. This should prove useful when you have a long way to travel!

Caption to the right of PS4 screenshot: “In addition to resting and healing, and writing in the adventure log (Editor’s Note: this is how you save your game in Dragon Quest), you can also enjoy conversations with your party.”

Caption to the left of 3DS screenshot: “At camp, you can buy items at the shops opened by traveling merchants.”

Dragon Quest XI is due out for PlayStation 4 and 3DS in Japan in 2017. A Switch version is also planned.

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