Dragon Quest XI To Release In Asia With Traditional Chinese And Korean Language Support

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In a press release Square Enix shared to announce Dragon Quest XI’s three million milestone in Japan, it’s been revealed that the game will be available in Traditional Chinese and Korean for the Asia release later this winter.

 

Dragon Quest XI released in Japan on July 29, 2017 for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS. The highly-anticipated RPG sold 2,099,203 units via retail in two days after release, and has since then surpassed three million units in total shipments and digital sales.

 

Dragon Quest XI releases later this winter for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS in Asia with Traditional Chinese and Korean language options. The game heads Westward in 2018.


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