Dragon Quest Builders 2 introduces multiplayer

Up to four players can build together.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

The latest issue of Weekly Jump has new information on Dragon Quest Builders 2‘s multiplayer component.

Get the details below.

Akira Toriyama-Designed Vehicle

Enjoy multiplayer even more with your vehicle. The bug-like vehicle that appears in the main game can also be used in multiplayer with friends. Drive around with everyone inside!

Multiplayer that Expands the Fun

By progressing through the story, you will be able to play multiplayer on the base Vacant Island. By building with everyone and showing off your island, the range of play will expand. If you just want to show off the island you created, you can also set it so that other players cannot break or place objects.

Multiplayer Key Features

  • A maximum of four players can play together in multiplayer.
  • Use gestures to communicate.
  • Build things together.

Dress Up and Stand Out from the Crowd

Using the “dresser” furniture, you can change your appearance. Stand out in multiplayer and enjoy dressing up to your heart’s content. Even equipment changes your appearance.

Build with Everyone

Gather everyone up and get psyched. Build whatever comes to mind in the spur of the moment, or develop a plan and build something.

Work Together to Build Something Amazing

Look at this huge golem (pictured in the magazine)! The power of four people working together can create even something as big as this.

Communicate with Gestures

Several gestures, like beckoning, are available for use in multiplayer.

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

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