The offline adaptation of Dragon Quest X has been delayed to Summer 2022. Offline was scheduled to release on February 26, 2022. However, due to the volume of content available in the game, Square Enix is pushing its release date back. Additionally, a more finite release date for Offline will appear sometime in the future. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
Additionally, Producer Takuma Shiraishi released a statement, detailing the delay. Again, the primary reason for the Dragon Quest X Offline delay is due to the wealth of content available for Dragon Quest X. He would like to release the game in “perfect condition.” However, in order to achieve this, the team would need to change the release date for the offline version. Shiraishi has also stated that postponing the release date would improve its general quality of the release.
In May 2021, during the Dragon Quest 35th anniversary live stream, Square Enix announced that Dragon Quest X would receive an offline version. Slight visual changes will appear in this version of the game. This includes changes made to character models.
The offline version of Dragon Quest X will arrive sometime in Summer 2022. Release platforms include PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC.