Dragon Quest Treasures announced

Starring Dragon Quest XI's Erik and Mia.

Dragon Quest Treasures

Square Enix announced RPG Dragon Quest Treasures, which stars Erik and Mia from Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, during the Dragon Quest 35th Anniversary Special live stream. A release date was not announced, but a simultaneous worldwide release is planned.

The game explores the childhood of the siblings Mia and Erik from Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age. as they embark on a treasure hunting adventure in another world.

Here is a message from producer Taichi Inuzuka:

We’re working on a completely new spin-off of the Dragon Quest series called Dragon Quest Treasures.

You may have seen us show of the designs for Erik and Mia as children before, and through various twists and turns, they have become the lead characters of Treasures.

I can’t reveal too much about the game at the moment, but I can tell you some important key themes: “Erik and Mia’s childhood,” and “treasure hunting.”

It’s an RPG, but nothing at all like a traditional one, and that’s just about all I can say right now.

The release date and the platforms it will be playable on are as yet unannounced, but we’re working closely with [Dragon Quest game designer Yuji] Horii to make a worldwide simultaneous release happen.

We’ll bring you more information at a later date. That was the new spin-off of the Dragon Quest series, Dragon Quest Treasures.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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