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Last night’s Dragon Quest demo showed a total of 6 different games-including the release of Dragon Quest XII (even if it was just a burning logo). However, one of the most obvious surprises is a replica of Dragon Quest III, completely rebuilt from Unreal Engine 4. It is used in combination with Octopath Traveler and Project Triangle Strategy in the HD-2D series, and it looks very beautiful.
Although the platform is not explained in detail, we will be very surprised if we can’t find a way for it to switch to the Switch, especially considering that it is the main product of the HD-2D series. But Switch received the port of the entire “Dragon Quest” trilogy only two years ago. Is it really necessary to remake three of them? Yes Yes.
Although the ports of 2019 are an “excellent” way to experience one of the most important trilogy in the industry, they don’t show them in the best way. These were originally developed for mobile devices, and their origins have also been proven. “Dragon Quest III” is undoubtedly an improvement on the previous mobile game, but it is still a victim of ugly, huge and overly slick elves.
This may be the second version of Dragon Quest III for Switch, which is how good it looks compared to the currently available version.
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