Dragon Quest 11 Comes to Google Stadia
The 35th anniversary of Dragon Quest is quickly coming this May, and Square Enix probably has a lot planned for their first JRPG collection. Meanwhile, players can play Dragon Quest 11 S: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition on Google Stadia, permitting an entirely new audience to test this legendary Japanese franchise.
Dragon Quest 11 S initially started as a Nintendo Change exclusive, an updated version of the first Dragon Quest 11, which came out on Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 4. This updated version came out on consoles only last December, substituting the initial Dragon Quest 11 for this authoritative take.
The definitive edition of Dragon Quest 11 is on Google Stadia, originally being recorded at a distinctive discounted cost. The JRPG can now be obtained for $31.99 but will revert to a $39.99 price on March 30th. Those prepared to look at this name on Stadia can do this quickly since the match was shadow-dropped along with its announcement that morning.
Former exclusives being ported to other consoles is never a bad thing, particularly for a match as cherished as Dragon Quest 11 S. Google Stadia’s viewers being able to take a look at this name makes this surprising statement a welcome surprise for most JRPG lovers.
On the other hand, the viewer for Google Stadia is somewhat small. Therefore it’s unknown just how much of an effect this vent will make. Google Stadia has allegedly done much worse than anticipated, with inferior commercials, very few exclusives, and an inexplicable cost point being shared contention points. While most of those points continue to be certainly at play, at least people who’ve embraced Stadia can currently play among the very well-known JRPGs in the past several decades.