The original Dragon Quest trilogy is getting an “HD-2D” remake.


The long-awaited “HD-2D” remake of the classic Enix RPG Dragon’s Quest 3 will be released on Nintendo Switch in November, publisher Square Enix announced on Tuesday during its Nintendo Direct presentation. But Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D This is not the only classic Erdrick adventure from the Square Enix collection Dragon Quest 1 and 2 HD-2D was also announced on Tuesday, giving fans of Akira Toriyama and Yuji Horii’s RPG series a richly reimagined trilogy to enjoy throughout the next year.

Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D will send players on a reworked fantasy adventure as the Hero to defeat archenemy Baramos, travel to cities, dungeons and underground caves, and fight slimes and other Toriyama-designed monsters in turn-based battles. Original Dragon’s Quest 3 The action takes place before the events of the first two games in the series, and therefore chronologically, the gameplay Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D the first one will prepare you for the next two games.

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Square Enix hasn’t said much about why this is changing Dragon Quest 1 and 2 HD-2Dor will they include extended narratives, such as Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D there will be, but it seems quite likely.

Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D will be released on November 14 on Nintendo Switch. Dragon Quest 1 and 2 HD-2D are scheduled to occur sometime in 2025.

Square Enix’s HD-2D gaming brand began with a retro RPG from developer Acquire Octopath Traveler in 2018, the RPG publisher saw potential in HD-2D for both up-to-date releases and remakes; this style has been used since then Octopath Traveler 2 and RPG tactics Triangle Strategywith plans for further remakes beyond the early Dragon Quest games.

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