Soon, Nintendo Switch users will no longer be the only ones who have the possibility of playing Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of a lost past -Definitive Edition-, which as its name suggests is the most complete edition of this outstanding RPG and that will be heading to PS4 , Xbox One and PC in a few weeks.
To make the wait a little shorter, Square Enix has announced that you can now download a demo of the game for free in any of these three versions mentioned and with which you can play up to 10 hours of content . So that you have it more handy, we leave you with their respective links to the Xbox One store, PlayStation Store and Steam.
The demo will give you a huge preview of everything that you will come to find in the game when you get hold of it since it will start right at the beginning of the adventure . In this way, you will not have to start over from the beginning with the final version, since all the progress you make will be maintained so that you can continue the game where you left off.
Among the improvements that will include Dragon Quest XI S will be new stories , a photo mode , the option to choose Japanese voices and an orchestrated soundtrack . All this will be from December 4 , which is when it will go on sale on PS4, Xbox One and PC, while those subscribed to Xbox Game Pass will have this delivery at their disposal from day one.
Demon’s Souls reveals new details and will have more than 180 tips to help us during our adventure
The return to one of From Software’s masterpieces is getting closer and closer thanks to the Demon’s Souls remake that Bluepoint Games has worked on for the past few years. Now we have been able to know some interesting details of the title thanks to a report by The Washington Post.
The game will take advantage of some tools and functionalities integrated into the new Sony console, such as the activities that will appear at different points in the adventure, providing valuable information. Thanks to the more than 180 tips and helps that will be available , our passage through the fearsome world of Demon’s Souls will not be so complicated.
The news does not end here. Once again, the DualSense takes center stage, since we can feel the blows we make against the final bosses , for example. The haptic vibration also allows us to notice how the arrows pass close to our heads or how the metals collide with each other when making a perfect block.
Finally, we will find instant charges after each of our deaths (which will be many), so the waiting time will practically disappear. We will be able to check all these news from November 19, with the arrival of PS5.