An Update to Dragon Quest Builders 2 Will Include More Hairstyles and an Epilogue

The final free update for Dragon Quest Builders 2 is going to be dropping on August 20. The content update will include multiple save files for players to utilize, many more hairstyle to choose from, and a new epilogue.

Per Polygon, After players have unlocked at least 45 builder recipes, go and visit a Buildertopia at least one time, and complete all of the scavenger hunts on Explorer’s Shores, a letter will be delivered that will unlock the final part of the story.

On top of that, there will be a plethora of more hairstyles for both sexes. They will function like hats so players won’t be able to combine them with other head accessories.

Finally, players will be able to take advantage of saving multiple Buildertopias and be able to change the weather on the Isle of Awakening. However, players will have to unlock all of the builder recipes first to do so.

I dabbled around with the first game for a bit and thoroughly enjoyed my time. After all of the praise and success the sequel is receiving, I think it might be time for me to finally pop into the game so I can join in on the fun.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is currently available for PS4 and Nintendo Switch. If you are thinking about picking up the game, make sure to check out DualShockers’ review of it right here. For more information on the update, you can check out the livestream that contains all of the newly announced information below:

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Dragon Quest Builders 2 Prepares Players for a Colorful, Blocky Adventure With Launch Trailer

The Dragon Quest series has long been one of the most highly-regarded JRPG series around, and while many fans might be looking forward to the upcoming Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of An Elusive Age – Definitive Edition this fall (or the Dragon Quest Hero coming to Smash Bros.), you’ll be able to get the latest dose of the series even sooner with the upcoming release of Dragon Quest Builders 2.

To celebrate the game’s release in the West later this week, Square Enix has released the official launch trailer for Dragon Quest Builders 2 to give players a look at the colorful adventures that await them in the upcoming PS4 and Switch title.

Along with giving us a taste of the series’ signature mix of action-RPG gameplay and the creativity of its sandboxes, the trailer for Dragon Quest Builders 2 also gives us a more extensive at the game’s four-player co-op, allowing you and a group of friends to build even more complex structures together.

From what we played of the game during E3 2019, longtime fans of the series have a lot to look forward to from Dragon Quest Builders 2, as the game largely manages to improve on the acclaimed original game in almost every way.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 will see its Western debut on July 12, 2019 for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, but there’s still time to pick up the game over on Amazon before then. For a closer look at the game before its arrival later this week, you can check out the new trailer below:

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Dragon Quest Builders for Nintendo Receives Western Release Date; Coming Next February

Dragon Quest Builders proved to be quite an intriguing title upon its release last year, splicing together elements of both Minecraft and the Dragon Quest (or Dragon Warrior for you old-school fans) series, to create something unique. The game was confirmed to be coming to Nintendo Switch in September, and today, both the European and North American Nintendo Twitter accounts confirmed that the game will be releasing in the west on February 9, 2018.

This is actually almost a month before the recently announced Japanese release date of March 1. The Japanese version is set to retail for 4,800 yen, which equates to roughly $42. We currently do not know what the price of Dragon Quest Builders will be in North America or Europe. A free demo is also being released on February 1 in Japan, and there is currently no confirmation of that. DualShockers’ will be sure to let you know if we hear more about those things.

Outside of the game’s inherent portability and support for a wide variety of controllers, the Nintendo Switch version of the game also comes with the exclusive Great Sabrecub which will boost the players’ speed and grant them special material when they defeat enemies. If you want to see the game in action on the Switch, you can check out some previously released gameplay videos.

Dragon Quest Builders is currently available on PS3, PS4, and PS Vita, and will be releasing on Nintendo Switch on February 9. If you want to read DualShockers’ thoughts on the game, you can check out our review of the PS4 version.

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