Dragon Quest Builders 2 further details Vacant Island setting, more evolved building elements

Utilize the strengths of the people you meet to build up the island.

Square Enix has updated the official Japanese website for Dragon Quest Builders 2 with further information on Vacant Island as a setting and even more evolved building elements.

Get the details below.

■ World

◆ Vacant Island, Part 2

Migrate the people you meet to Vacant Island! Borrow their power to build up Vacant Island!

Building knowledge is not the only thing you can acquire on various islands such as Monzola. You can also migrate the people you meet to Vacant Island. Utilize each of their special skills and cooperate to build up Vacant Island. While island will be empty at first, it will gradually become bountiful!

—If you resolve incidents on various islands, you can migrate the people you meet to Vacant Island!

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—Form a party and explore together!

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—Cooperate with others to build up the island!

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—Gradually cultivate Vacant Island!

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—While the island is empty at first, it will gradually become bountiful!

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—Build up a Vacant Island all your own!

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◆ Evolved Building, Part 3

Even more enhanced building! Build up a Vacant Island all your own!

On the large Vacant Island, use the knowledge you have obtained to freely build various things. Here we will introduce some of the enhanced elements that will stimulate your ideas for building. There may even be some original creations new to Dragon Quest Builders!

—Dye creations to change their color!

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—Combine ingredients to make meals!

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—With blocks that change shape when lined up and connected, there are even more placement variations!

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—Connect glass windows to create big windows and water tanks!

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Dragon Quest Builders 2 is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on December 20 in Japan.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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