Until today, there was no PC version of Dragon Quest Builders. Square Enix’s game, which is a hybrid of Minecraft’s building mechanics and Dragon Quest’s Toriyama universe, launched exclusively on consoles and mobile devices eight years ago. While the sequel DID make its way to PC, the original never did…until now.
Dragon Quest Builders
If the worlds of Dragon Quest and Minecraft collided you’d get something like Dragon Quest Builders. You are tasked with rebuilding the ruined realm of Alefgard, which means gathering materials, crafting unique items and building, building, building. The realm can look like whatever you want — you’re the architect.
There’s officially more to build in Dragon Quest Builders 2. Three packs from the Season Pass are on the way, and if you have said pass, you can now play with the Hotto Stuff Pack. The Aquarium Pack will be released a week from now, August 2, and the Modernist Pack will follow on August 9.
Dragon Quest Builders has gotten a release date for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, with the developers announcing that the game will be released on October 11. In Dragon Quest Builders you gather materials, craft items, and build everything you can imagine in a sandbox world packed with memorable characters and dangerous monsters. This is all set in a unique Dragon Quest story, so let’s quickly go over that story to get you all up to speed.
Square Enix and Sony PlayStation have officially announced that Dragon Quest Builders will receive a western release later this October. The hit, long-running RPG series is going to launch on PlayStation and Vita in the fall. You can check out the announcement trailer below.
The classic RPG series Dragon Quest is getting a Minecraft style title in the form of Dragon Quest Builders.