Dragon Quest Rivals for iOS, Android launches November 2 in Japan

Dragon Quest digital card game dated.

Dragon Quest Rivals

Dragon Quest Rivals will launch for iOS and Android in Japan on November 2, Square Enix announced.

The original card battle game will let users enjoy turn-based battles with cards of the characters and monsters that appear in the Dragon Quest series. Users can battle against rivals from all over the country using a deck comprised of various cards.

Pre-registration is available now on the official website. By pre-registering, you can receive an e-mail notification when service begins.

Square Enix is also running an “Early Start Campaign” that will award various in-game bonuses to users who starts playing the game early after it launches. Users who start the game between November 2 and December 1 at 3:59 JST will receive one “Legend Rare Decision Ticket,” 1,200 Gold (enough to buy five in-game card packs), and three types of “Special Digital Card Sleeves” (pictured below).

Dragon Quest Rivals

Dragon Quest Rivals

Additionally, for the fist 14 days from launch—from November 2 until November 15—the daily login bonus will be twice its usual amount.

Dragon Quest Rivals

If you missed it last week, watch the latest set of trailers here. A PC version of Dragon Quest Rivals is also in development, but has yet to be dated.

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