Dragon Quest Builders Coming to PC February 13

The world of Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Builders will make its way to the PC via Steam on February 13.

The Steam version of Dragon Quest Builders will bring with it upgraded crafting features. For instance, players will be able to place blocks with a single mouse click. An Undo Function has been included, along with the “Big Bash” function that allows for easy destruction within a certain range. NPC and monster figure collectibles are available in-game, while pixels can be collected and exchanged for items. Finally, players will be able to convert buildings to Build Cards that can then be shared with friends.

Also included in the Steam version of Dragon Quest Builders “Terra Incognita,” which was content added to the mobile version in 2022. With it in place, Builders are able to freely craft and play with nearly double the height of blocks that can then be stacked on one’s creations.

Other pieces of content include the Boss Monster Model Set, the Astronomy Set, the Pixel Ring (that grants a higher number of pixels), and the Magic Carpet that lets players see their creations from the sky.

A bundle containing both Dragon Quest Builders and Dragon Quest Builders can be purchased on Steam at an 11% discount, retailing for $69.40.

Dragon Quest Builders is also available for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices (Android and iOS).

Source: Press Release
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