Dragon Quest X Coming To PC This September

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Dragon Quest X is coming to PC in Japan, Square Enix announced today during a livestream event. The PC version is slated for release on September 26th.

 

The download version of the game will cost 3,990 yen on PC, and will come with a free trial for 20 days. Meanwhile, a Special Pack that will include a Dragon Quest-themed security token, a controller an illustration book, a world map and an item code, will cost 9,800 yen.

 

A beta for the PC version is also currently in progress. You can access this by downloading the benchmark for the game here. Should your system pass, you’ll be able to download the game client and apply for the beta.

 


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