According to the series’ creator, the first two parts of Dragon Quest could also get an HD 2D remake.
The recent 35th anniversary stream of Dragon Quest was filled with exciting announcements, from Dragon Quest 12: The Flames of Fate to the treasure hunt game, Dragon Quest’s occasional treasures. Another announcement was Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake, a remake of one of the most popular games in the series based on the Octopath Traveler engine. The little we saw of it looked cool – and it’s likely not the only classic Dragon Quest to receive this treat.
How Nintendo Live According to the report, creator of the series Yuji Horii said during the aforementioned broadcast that Dragon Quest 1 and 2 could also get similar remakes to HD 2D before adding that while this is something the developers want to do with it but has not been officially identified yet.
“Maybe we’ll remake after that [Dragon Quest] 1 and 2 … so maybe one or two surprise is some kind of unexpected surprise, ”he said, then added later,“ We want it, but it’s not official yet. “
It’s time Square Enix returns in the HD 2D style introduced with Octopath Traveler for the return of the classics, and we’ve seen more than a few fans come after remakes of Dragon Quest and older Final Fantasy games and even called them Chrono Trigger.
It’s not yet announced when Dragon Quest 3 HD-2D Remake will be released, nor has it been announced which platforms will be released – just like Dragon Quest 12 and Dragon Quest Treasures.
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