Dragon Quest Builders 2 has a number of new features in the works, including underwater exploration, gliding, and cooperative multiplayer for up to four players. Right now there isn't much other news pertaining to this anticipated sequel, be sure to stay tuned to Gameranx for the latest exciting news from the upcoming Dragon Quest Builders 2.
On the more modern side of things, Square Enix also announced that Dragon Quest Builders 2 would be coming not just to the PlayStation 4, but also to Nintendo Switch - apropos given the fact that the entire series started on a Nintendo platform. Water plays a far bigger role this time around, with the ability to dive down and swim underwater as well as create waterfalls to help distribute the vital liquid around the world.
Manufacturer says corrosion caused ride to break apart
All rides at the fair were shut down following the fatal accident as officials re-inspected them, CBS affiliate WBNS-TV reports. Manufacturer of the Fireball ride, KMG, has revealed the cause of the tragic Ohio Fair incident that occurred on July 26th.
Square Enix also announced that Anlucia (voiced by Saori Hayami) and Nelgel (voiced by Takashi Kondo) from Dragon Quest X will appear in the game as playable characters. It's expected to see a United States release "sometime" in 2018. DQI and DQII will available digitally starting August 10th, and priced at 600 yen and 850 yen, respectively, while DQIII will be released later in the month for 1,500 yen.
Dragon Quest Builders proved to be quite the surprise spin-off in a market where spin-offs can be hit or miss (but mostly miss).