Nintendo fans in the West have been waiting for Square Enix to decide when they’ll make their popular MMO Dragon Quest X available. It originally launched on the Wii U in Japan, but it will be moving to the NX and other platforms, now. In an online presentation today, Square Enix confirmed both Dragon Quest X and a new single-player game, Dragon Quest XI: In Search of the Departed Time for NX, 3DS, and PlayStation 4.
Square Enix did little more than name drop the fact that these two titles are coming to the NX and instead focused more in the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo 3DS versions of the game. Dragon Quest XI is being developed in Unreal Engine 4, which means the Nintendo NX must be able to handle the new engine from Epic.
This is one of the final nails being hammered into the Wii U coffin.
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