Posted on July 8, 2014 AT 04:44am
Square Enix has announced that its massively multiplayer online role-playing game Dragon Quest X will be making the jump to Nintendo 3DS this September in Japan.
The subscription-based MMO first launched for Wii and Wii U before moving to mobile devices and PC. From September 4 the game will be available on 3DS, and will make use of the same cloud streaming service that the mobile versions use. This means that the game will look better than most 3DS titles, but the handheld’s 3D capabilities will be disabled as a result.
The 3DS version will come with 60 days of game time free when you purchase the base game, and three-day, 10-day and 30-day passes will also be available.
Last we heard Square Enix stated that it was still considering whether to release Dragon Quest X in the west.
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