Dragon Quest X Goes Back to “Two New Quests a Week” Routine with The King of Rangao Village

Last week Dragon Quest X received just one new quest instead of the usual two, and some wondered if Square Enix was slowing down development of the game due to the poor sales of the Wii U version. Luckily that wasn’t the case and the development team went back to the “two new quests a week” routine this week.

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Donnieboi1982d ago (Edited 1982d ago )

Periodical episodic content meets MMO? Sounds like a cool concept, especially if it's free.

Abriael1982d ago (Edited 1982d ago )

@Donnieboi: The game is pay to play. Not gonna get this quick update pace on a free to play game, ever.

Donnieboi1982d ago

I didn't say it was free. I'm just saying that IF it was free, it would be even cooler. I'm actually thinking more about user-generated episodes (which would make it easier to be free) but that's a whole other topic.

Abriael1982d ago

Free to play simply means that the developer has to shift its development philosophy into making users buy as much crap as possible on the cash shop. That tends to conflict with this kind of content updates, especially done often.

rextraordinaire1982d ago

Dragon Quest IX had many updates, for a long time, all for free.

Okay it was not an MMO, and the DS capacity for surrounding consoles recognition sure came into handy, but no one ever had to pay anything except the retail price of the game.

Abriael1982d ago (Edited 1982d ago )

Completely different game, completely different size and quality for the updates. Comparing apples to escalators.

FinalomegaS1981d ago

how many quest total now?

did they confirm it would be P2P here or F2P?

o-Sunny-o1981d ago

I want to at least give this a try. Now for US please. *_*