Excited for Dragon Quest XI PS4? Square Enix is preparing for the video game’s release with the development of Dragon Quest’s music.
Koichi Sugiyama’s Score For Dragon Quest XI PS4
Composer Koichi Sugiyama discussed the game’s music in an interview with Nintendo Everything. The composer said that although the pieces were the same for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS, the arrangement for the new Dragon Quest will be unique.
Furthermore, Sugiyama added that the original score for Dragon Quest was completed in five minutes. The composer was given a week to create the score for the latest installment of the franchise. Nevertheless, he is confident that he will be able to do the same for Dragon Quest XI.
Dragon Quest XI PS4 Leak
Meanwhile, an unintentional leak of some scenes in Dragon Quest XI was seen at NHK. It was seen that the party members are shown as the main character navigates the world. On the other hand, this is a feature that was never seen in the PlayStation 4 version.
NHK is a TV corporation in Japan. Here’s the footage that was shown on the channel.
Dragon Quest XI continues the story of other games in the series. Gamers can roam around and defeat monsters. In addition, they can also trek high areas in the game.
The Nintendo 3Ds version of the game lets users experience 3D gameplay. Meanwhile, it incorporated text that is reminiscent of the 16-bit version on the bottom screen. This is a nice detail that is not included in the PS4 version. Consequently, the PS4 edition will feature the Unreal Engine 4 game engine. Players can expect high definition graphics when they play the game on a Ps4 console.
Furthermore, players are given the option to switch between 3D and 2D. The screen selections will be available in the opening sequence in Dragon Quest XI. In the meantime, the battle system will be the same as the earlier installments of the game.
Square Enix collaborated with ORCA, Inc. and Toylogic, Inc to create Dragon Quest XI.
Dragon Quest XI PS4 is slated to be released in 2017. Stay tuned at Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.