In a brand new interview with Famitsu, Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii informed the Japanese gaming journal that growth on the long-awaited 2D-HD remake of the traditional Dragon Quest III is “progressing fairly steadily.” The Dragon Quest III remake was introduced to be in growth again in Might 2021. Nonetheless, Mr. Horii wouldn’t be drawn to touch upon the subsequent huge mainline title within the Dragon Quest collection, which is titled Dragon Quest XII: The Flames of Destiny, merely saying that “there’s nonetheless not a lot I can say.”
What’s your involvement within the growth of Dragon Quest Monsters: The Darkish Prince, Mr. Horii?
Yuji Horii: “I’m concerned in playtesting, checking, and so forth. Nonetheless, I totally supervised and made revisions early on. The beginning of growth is essential, in any case.”
Is your involvement in Dragon Quest Monsters: The Darkish Prince much like your involvement within the Dragon Quest III in HD-2D and Dragon Quest XII: The Flames of Destiny?
Horii: “It’s roughly the identical. Nicely, in relation to Dragon Quest III, I already created that sport as soon as earlier than myself and know lots about it, so I’ll give recommendation alongside the traces of, ‘If you wish to change this, it is best to do it this manner.’”
What’s the growth standing of Dragon Quest III in HD-2D and Dragon Quest XII: The Flames of Destiny?
Horii: “Dragon Quest III in HD-2D is progressing fairly steadily. As for Dragon Quest XII, there’s nonetheless not a lot I can say.”
All three titles, together with Dragon Quest Monsters: The Darkish Prince, are fairly closely anticipated by followers of the collection.
Horii: “We’re engaged on quite a lot of issues, so I hope everybody can proceed to look ahead to them.”
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