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New Dragon Quest XI trailer reveals Dragon Quest VIII costume By Raptorchan on August 8, 2018 at 5:30 PM

A new surprise trailer for Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age was uploaded on the official Dragon Quest youtube channel today. The short video reveals that players will be able to wear the full attire of the protagonist from Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed Kingallowing fans the chance to relive their favorite DQVIII memories.

According to the clip, the outfit is entirely free and will be in player’s inventory as soon as their adventure begins. You can check out the video below!

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is scheduled for release on September 4, 2018, for PlayStation 4 and Steam(PC). Click here for more information regarding the special editions.

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  • Krijn van Alten

    I rather have the VIII as game to the PS4 instead of just as glamour option in XI.

  • stevenm281

    How about bringing DQ8 on PS4 instead?

  • Nah. That over and done. Too many ports these days as it is.

  • I would rather they just make new games. Ports and remasters are annoyingly overdone now.

  • I wish you could change the color scheme to the 8th hero clothes. I hate yellow and orange together. I’d rather have black and gray or gold.

  • Also I’d like bits and pieces of costumes like bananas bandana over a whole suit.

  • Randy Marsh

    Been playing the 3DS version of VIII lately, so I’ve been reliving my rose-tinted DQ8 memories lately. Which is to say, I’ve been having a blast lately with the game…

    But sure, why not? I’ll glad take this costume, better than the purple default outfit of the hero.

  • Justice V

    Looks good. Cool that it’s free and there from the start if you want to use it right away. I kinda like the new main guy’s look a little more. But variety is always nice.

  • Krijn van Alten

    For me its a new game, I had no possibility to play VIII before.

  • I couldn’t get DQ8 either, I was no way interested in DQ until I heard recent games started doing deeper more dire plots.