By Sato . August 4, 2014 . 2:57am
This weekend, fans gathered for the Dragon Quest Summer Festival that was held at the AiiA Theater at Tokyo. After hours of Dragon Quest-themed festivities, Square Enix had one last surprise to announce for the attending fans during the event. (Thanks, Famitsu)
The Dragon Quest Summer Festival had all kinds of Dragon Quest items with various goods and even food items from Luida’s Cafe. They finished the event with a big Dragon Quest Monsters 2 tournament called the Great Masters’ GP.
At the end of the tournament, Taichi Inuzuka, producer of the Dragon Quest Monsters 2 remake and numerous other spin-off games of the series, announced that a new game is in production.
While there weren’t any details about the game or a title, Inuzuka said, “We’re working on a new Dragon Quest Monsters game, and its competitiveness will be as fun as always.”
Details on the new Dragon Quest Monsters game, including what platform it’ll be on, will be revealed in the near future.
[Update] Game Watch Impress also reported on the event, where they have an extra quote from Inuzuka who added, “Up until now, we’ve continued working on remakes, but this time it will be a completely new title. Please look forward to it.”
Note: the top image is from Dragon Quest Monters: Terry’s Wonderland 3D.