Dragon Quest XI introduces horse racing and casino features

One new element and one returning.

Dragon Quest XI

The latest issue of Weekly Jump introduces the new horse racing and returning casino features of Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time.

Here’s an overview of each feature:

Horse Racing

Competitive racing using horses that is popular in certain countries. If you win a race, you will get items as well. Drive ahead of your formidable rivals, and aim for the goal at the top. On the course, there may also be jump stands and places with bad footing. But aim for victory, beat your record, and challenge the races time and time again!


Exchange G (gold) for coins and take on various games. You can exchange the coins you earn for wonderful prizes. Games pictured include the slot machine, poker, and roulette.

The magazine also has a brief section for quests and small medals. By completing quests, you can resolve peoples’ problems and even take on formidable enemies. By collecting small medals, you can receive rewards.

Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time will launch for PlayStation 4 and 3DS on July 29 in Japan. A Switch version is also planned, but has yet to be shown or dated. If you missed it, catch the latest trailers and gameplay footage here.

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