(Japan) Dragon Quest X Heading to PC

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Dragon Quest X is the rather odd duck of the Dragon Quest franchise, being the only MMO in a long line of single player RPG titles. Now, once exclusive to the Nintendo Wii and Wii U, Square Enix looks to want to reach a larger audience as Dragon Quest X is now being ported to the PC.

On a special ten hour Dragon Quest X livestream, Square Enix revealed  that the once Nintendo exclusive will be making its way to the PC on September 26 in Japan. The livestream also confirmed that the base game will go for a cost of 3990 Yen (roughly $40 USD), and a deluxe version that will go for 9800 Yen (roughly $100 USD).  The deluxe version will come with a Dragon Quest X PC game controller, a monster encyclopedia book, a microfiber map of the world, a security token, and some additional in-game content along with the game.

For those who understand Japanese and are interested, here is the Nvidia benchmark tool for Dragon Quest X on the PC, and the beta signup.

Dragon Quest X is still Japan only at the time, but a PC port could increase the odds of localization to North America and Europe.

SOURCE [NeoGAF translation]

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