Dragon Quest Rivals for PC coming to Steam in late June in Japan

Region-locked to Japan.

Dragon Quest Rivals

Square Enix will release the PC version of Dragon Quest digital card game Dragon Quest Rivals via Steam in late June in Japan. The PC version is currently only playable via Yahoo! Games. The Steam release will be region-locked to Japan.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


The competitive digital card game where you can enjoy turn-based battles with cards featuring Dragon Quest characters and monsters comes to Steam! Utilize charming cards and eight unique leader characters to defeat the rivals that await you!

Key Features

  • Battle Against Players Across Japan – Battle against players across Japan in “Ranked Match,” “Free Match,” and “Room Match.” Build a powerful deck all your own and battle it out while aiming for new heights!
  • Join a Guild and Interact with Friends – Create a guild with players you get along with to exchange information and show each other your decks. You can even battle against fellow guild members!
  • Test Your Strength with Impromptu Decks in “Invitation Arena” – Construct an impromptu deck with random pick-up cards and battle. Pile up your victories in “Invitation Arena” while aiming for the wonderful rewards.

Dragon Quest Rivals is available now in Japan for Switch via the Nintendo eShop, PC via Yahoo! Games, iOS via the App Store, and Android via Google Play.

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