Dragon Quest XI for PS4 and Nintendo 3DS screenshots released by Square...

Dragon Quest XI for PS4 and Nintendo 3DS screenshots released by Square Enix


Dragon Quest XI is the upcoming Square Enix title which bares the subtitle In Search of Departed Time. The game is set to make an appearance not only on the PlayStation 4 but also on the Nintendo 3DS platform. That being said, we unavoidably got the question you were probably thinking about as well: What’s the difference between the PS4 and Nintendo 3DS versions? To go over every single difference would require a great amount of time and also a highly motivated individual that would be willing to sit through a pretty consistent block of text, so Square Enix came with a pretty original solution to this inquiry. The developer released a consistent series of screenshots that showcase what both platforms offer for Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time.

A small descriptive paragraph did however accompany the screenshot, specifying that the Nintendo 3DS version will do wonders in providing warm graphics while the PS4 will work towards providing more detail and depth to its graphical depiction. The end point of what Square Enix was trying to get across is that both platforms will offer a great experience. From a narrative perspective, there will be no difference between either gaming system.

The screenshots do not only depict the graphical capabilities of the platforms, but also how the game’s characters will look on both the PS4 and the 3DS. Other iconic locations include the Great Tree of Life and Lotozetasia.


  1. I admit i never finished a Dragon Quest (please don’t kill me, RPG Gods), but wow, i’m getting hyped for this one. The ps4 version looks so gorgeous!

  2. Really? I’ve seen people post on daily basis wondering the same thing, probably affraid until SQ confirmes officialy.

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