Completing Dragon Quest: Builders will cost 100 hours of gameplay
The main story can be completed in 50-60 hours.
The American portal Gematsu has collected an interview with the producer of Dragon Quest: Builders, Noriyoshi Fujimoto, on the pages of Famitsu magazine. Thanks to the answer, new details of the supposed Minecraft that are being developed have been known Square enix for Japan. Fujimoto guaranteed that the gender of the protagonist does not offer differences in the game, but that users will be able to modify the appearance and name of the protagonist.
One of the interesting elements is in the length of the work: completing it will occupy 100 hours to the player easily; ending the story could take 50 to 60 hours. The game has based its polygonal map on that of the first Dragon Quest, the legendary NES classic from 1986. During the streaming of the franchise's 30th anniversary, it was revealed that there will be a demo for PlayStation 4 and Vita on January 22 in Japan.
The premiere of Dragon Quest: Builders in the West has yet to be finalized. Seeing the trend of the last chapters of the mythical JRPG franchise in our continent and the indisputable success of Minecraft, it would not be strange if it ended up being launched in European stores. The only thing safe and guaranteed is that the software will be released next January 28 in Japan for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.