Dragon Quest VR second trailer

Launches April 27 at VR Zone Shinjuku in Tokyo.

Dragon Quest VR

Bandai Namco has released the second official trailer for its recently-announced VR Zone Shinjuku attraction Dragon Quest VR.

The trailer shows people from various walks of life—a salaryman, trendy girl, construction worker, and maid—meet up at VR Zone Shinjuku to play the virtual reality Dragon Quest game in four-person multiplayer.

Dragon Quest VR lets players form a party of two Warriors, one Priest, and one Mage, equipped with a sword, shield, or staff developed specifically for the game, and venture out into the world with a mission from the king to defeat the Demon Lord Zoma. Players will be able to attack using the sword and spells like “Frizz” and “Heal” to repel the monsters that appear along the way. The game starts at the “Gates to the Kingdom,” and from there plays out via three stages: “The Grasslands,” “The Mountain Foot,” and “Zoma’s Castle.” A healslime named Homily (voiced by Lynn) will act as the player’s navigator.

Dragon Quest VR will launch at the VR Zone Shinjuku amusement space in Tokyo on April 27. An opening event will be held on April 25.

Watch the trailer below. View a set of screenshots and artworks at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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