Dragon Quest Builders 2 ‘DLC No. 1: Japanese-Style Pack’ detailed, free ‘New Year Pack’ launches December 27 in Japan

All the news from Jump Festa 2019.

Square Enix shared several updates on Dragon Quest Builders 2 during its “Dragon Quest Builder 2 Builders School Special Extracurricular Lesson” stage event at Jump Festa 2019.

Get the details below.

DLC Pack No. 1: Japanese-Style Pack (700 yen, due out by April 2019)

The first downloadable content pack, dubbed the “Japanese-Style Pack,” will include over 20 Japanese-style materials, including various colors of Japanese-style lanterns, hanging scrolls, onigiri (rice balls), elegant wall blocks, Japanese-style futons, pine trees, and more.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

New Year Pack (free, due out on December 27)

A free materials pack that includes the New Year dish, New Year pine decoration, and battledore racket. (The battledore racket is a fun weapon with high knock-back power that can blow the enemy away.)

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Bulletin Board Contest for January 2019

The theme of the first in-game Bulletin Board contest, which runs from January 1, 2019 to 31, will be “Memories of Monzola.” Higher-ranking contest winners will be awarded medals. Larger contests will award trophies (the January contest falls in this category).

Builders Gallery Website

Square Enix has launched the “Builders Gallery” website, where users can check out the photos players upload to the in-game Bulletin Board outside of the game itself. It works on PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Bug Fix Update Coming Soon

Square Enix has confirmed that there is a bug within Dragon Quest Builders 2 that would stop players from being able to progress, and are currently working on an update that it plans to release in a few days time to fix it.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 launched for PlayStation 4 and Switch on December 20 in Japan, and is due out in North America and Europe in 2019.

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