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Dragon Quest Builders 2 Coming To PC In December

Gaming article by Joseph Allen on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 14:00
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Sandbox RPG building game Dragon Quest Builders 2 is coming to PC. The first game in the Builders series to come to PC, it'll hit Steam on December 10th and will set you back $59.99.

The PC version of the game will include all the DLC that's been released for the PlayStation 4 version. That's everything in the Season Pass including the Hotto Stuff Pack, the Aquarium Pack, and the Modernist Pack, each of which adds new recipes for extra stuff to Dragon Quest Builders 2. All told, it looks like there will be plenty of stuff to experiment within the PC version. You can check out the trailer for Dragon Quest Builders 2 on Steam right here:

 

If you buy the Steam version of Dragon Quest Builders 2 before January 6th, 2020, you'll get a raft of extra content. Here's everything you'll get if you drop a pre-order, courtesy of a Square Enix press release:

  • Ornamental Medicinal Herb Recipe
  • Dragon Quest Logo Recipe
  • Ornamental Chimaera Wing Recipe
  • Five Sigil Block Recipes for building decorative blocks with sun, stars, moon, water, and soul motifs
  • Legendary Line Art Recipe
  • Lo-Res Luminary Recipes

Remember, if you want all this stuff, all you need to do is grab the game on Steam prior to January 6th. Square Enix says that Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a great entry point into the series (which, to be fair, has only had one other game), so if you haven't played the first one you needn't worry. Dragon Quest Builders 2 will launch for PC via Steam on December 10th this year. It's already available to buy on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. No word yet on whether the Steam version will get a demo like the console versions have.

Are you looking forward to Dragon Quest Builders 2 on PC? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.