Dragon Quest Builders 2 ‘DLC No. 2: Aquarium Pack’ launches March 28 in Japan

Here is what is included.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2 downloadable content “DLC Pack No. 2: Aquarium Pack” will launch on March 28 for 1,200 yen in Japan alongside a new game update, Square Enix announced.

Here is an overview of the add-on and update:

■ DLC Pack No. 2: Aquarium Pack

Catch fish! Then build an aquarium with the fish you catch!

Tsuriru Island

Your fishing journey begins on Tsuriru Island, where you can clear quests, fish, and build aquariums. (You can go to Tsuriru Island after bringing the chicken to Vacant Island by accepting and clearing the request “Let’s Build a Water Path” from Lulu, then reading a certain letter that arrives at the post.)

Build an Aquarium

The fish you catch in various locations can be released in the water, and new blocks capable of building an aquarium will appear. Island inhabitants will also fish.

Marine Look

By clearing a quest on Tsuriru Island, you can change your appearance to a more marine-like look.

List of Fish

  • Goldfish
  • Neon tetra
  • Angelfish
  • Blue betta
  • Red betta
  • Yamame
  • Char
  • Crucian carp
  • Pirahna
  • Clownfish
  • Blue hanagoi
  • Pink hanagoi
  • Horse mackere
  • Striped beakfish
  • Scorpionfish
  • Righteye flounder
  • Porcupinefish
  • Squid​
  • Jellyfish
  • Seahorse
  • Koi carp
  • Colored carp
  • Arowana
  • Rainbow trout
  • Bass
  • Salmon
  • Blue Tang
  • Olive flounder
  • Porgies
  • Flounder
  • Ocean sunfish
  • Moonfish
  • Goosefish
  • Chambered nautilus
  • Tuna
  • King salmon
  • Coelacanth​
  • Marlin​
  • Manta ray
  • Whale shark


  • Fishing rod
  • Modern bathing suit


  • Summer wheat straw
  • Prim ponytail
  • Cue ponytail
  • Ruffian mask

Walls, Floors, and Stairs

  • Polka dot walls
  • Fish-tank netting

Decorative Furniture

  • Fish charcoal grill
  • Sashimi morimorioke
  • Sea monument
  • Lava stone
  • Water plant
  • Red water plant
  • Coral pillar
  • Sea anemone
  • White sea anemone
  • Black sea anemone
  • Purple sea anemone
  • Pink sea anemonne
  • Red sea anemone
  • Yellow sea anemone
  • Green sea anemone
  • Blue sea anemone

Consumable Items

  • Grilled squid
  • Sashimi morimori
  • Grilled porgy
  • Marlin steak*
  • Goosefish stew*
  • Smoked salmon*
  • Sheet music to go to the sea

*Eating these items make it easier to move underwater.

New Materials Island: Bukubuku Island

By clearing the main story scenario, as well as the quests of Tsuriru Island, you will be able to go to the new Materials Island, Bukubuku Island.

It seems that rare marine life can be caught there… (Infinite material acquisition check events do not occur here.)

■ March 28 Update (Separate from Add-On)

  • Increased the maximum number of residents on Vacant Island’s reclaimed land to 60 people.
  • Use Builder Hearts to obtain items.
  • Added setting entries for glass and water, including water transparency (dark, regular, light) and glass positioning (with or without).
  • When you eat specific items, you can move more easily underwater.
  • Several “Reclamation Recipe” requirements have been made easier.
  • You can go to Reclamation Island in multiplayer.
  • Sardines have become crucian carps.
  • Bug fixes.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is available now for PlayStation 4 and Switch in Japan, and is due out in North America and Europe on July 12.

Watch an archive of the live stream announcing the add-on release date and update below.

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