Dragon Quest Builders 2 New Videos

Square Enix has released two new videos for Dragon Quest Builders 2, an opening move and gameplay. Building upon the success of the first game, Square Enix is adding tons of new features included online multiplayer and a first person mode.

  • Construct bigger structures with more variety and options than before,
  • Travel faster by soaring, swimming and dashing through the expansive world,
  • Inspire villagers to help out alongside them,
  • Create their own farms and raise a multitude of crops,
  • Divert flowing water to create your own rivers, waterfalls, and swimming holes,
  • First-person mode and more.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 comes to PS4 on July 12, 2019.

Check out the opening movie here.

 

Below is the gameplay video.


 

Read the press release below.

SQUARE ENIX® today announced that block-building role-playing game DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS™ 2 will bring a charming single player campaign and new robust multiplayer building mode to the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system on July 12, 2019.

As the follow up title to the critically acclaimed 2016 game, DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS™, DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 packs in even more content and unlimited building combinations in an all-new original story with new characters, world and gameplay to satisfy longtime fans and newcomers alike.

DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 introduces online multiplayer for the first time, allowing up to four friends to play together and create something truly magnificent. It also features a plethora of new gameplay enhancements, including the ability for players to:

  • Construct bigger structures with more variety and options than before,
  • Travel faster by soaring, swimming and dashing through the expansive world,
  • Inspire villagers to help out alongside them,
  • Create their own farms and raise a multitude of crops,
  • Divert flowing water to create your own rivers, waterfalls, and swimming holes,
  • First-person mode and more.

DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 will arrive on the PlayStation®4 system on July 12, 2019 for $59.99.

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Written by Matt Engelbart

Matt Engelbart

I love all things video games. When I am not gaming I am watching the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals, BBQing, and reading.

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