‘Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age’ hits 4M Mark
Dragon Quest XI hits a high note
Game developer Squarer Enix announced that since “Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age” released in the West this past September, the global shipment and digital sales across all platforms has now exceeded four million units.
The popular release stands as a great entry-point for franchise newcomers and has seen great reviews. If you haven’t picked up the game yet, you can find it right here on Amazon for the PS4.
In today’s announcement series creator and game designer, Yuji Horii, commented: “I was truly delighted when I heard the news that Dragon Quest XI had exceeded four million sales worldwide. Back when I created the first Dragon Quest game, over thirty years ago, I could not possibly have dreamed that it would become a series that would cross the seas and be played by people all around the world. This is the eleventh numbered Dragon Quest title, and in depicting a ‘hero’s tale,’ also represents a new beginning for the series.”
Horii added, “When I think that there are now over four million of these heroes all around the world, and each one has gone on their own individual adventure, it reminds me how glad I am we made the game. I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the people who played Dragon Quest XI, both the fans of the previous games and the new fans who started with this one. Thank you all.”
In the story of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, longtime fans and new players alike can experience the captivating tale of a hunted hero as he travels on a journey with an endearing cast of loyal companions to unravel the mystery of his fate. From the reliable partner-in-crime Erik to the fearless young mage Veronica, along with the laid-back healer Serena, entertainer extraordinaire Sylvando, noble martial artist Jade, and mysterious old man Rab—together, they join the hero on a grand adventure through the world of Erdrea.