Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age: Definitive Edition S recently came to PC, Xbox One, and PS4, but the Switch version still has a feature over all of them–easy portability. Now players who want to jump in to the huge RPG on Switch–or who want to try Dragon’s Quest Builders 2–can do so for slightly less money than before.
Nintendo of America has announced that both games have received a permanent $10 discount, knocking their price down from $60 to $50. This price will seemingly apply both at retail stores and on the Nintendo Switch Eshop.
This means, of course, that picking up both games will save you $20, compared to the previous price. Demos of both games are available if you want to try before you buy.
Starting today, #DragonQuestXIS: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition and #DragonQuestBuilders2 will have a new price of $49.99 MSRP!https://t.co/v9Vre3rSpzhttps://t.co/WKaCtViDSa pic.twitter.com/OI2WwuGjEy
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) December 7, 2020
In GameSpot’s review of the Switch version of Dragon Quest XI, the game earned a 9/10. “If you have been putting off playing this RPG masterpiece, this portable edition is absolutely the way to go–and if you want to revisit it, this version is the perfect excuse to do so,” wrote reviewer Heidi Kemps. The same reviewer awarded Dragon Quest Builders 2 an 8/10. “Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a great game, combining exploration, sandbox-building, questing, and town-management into a delightful package that will gladly suck up your time and put a big smile on your face,” Kemps wrote.If you have an Xbox One or Series X/S, or a PC capable of running it, Dragon Quest XI is also available on Game Pass.
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