Dec 26, 2016 07:08 AM EST

‘Dragon Quest XI’ Teaser Released; ‘Dragon Quest Builders’ Game Received Several Awards

The official teaser for "Dragon Quest XI" has embodied almost a lot of information regarding the features of the game. In an event, Square Enix and Bird Studio have made a grand announcement revealing the PS4 version of "Dragon Quest XI."

According to Cinemablend, one of the few teasers of the game put a lot of effort to inform the players about the upcoming title which will be released in the year 2017. The game will be both available in versions for Nintendo 3DS and the PlayStation 4.

Furthermore, they also revealed three different teaser movies. The first teaser is the opening of the game introducing the wide diverse cast of characters and the visual graphic engines they are utilizing to bring these new characters to life. The second teaser showcased the world map for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS including the new and improved "Dragon Quest's" gorgeous environment, colorful and giant enemies and other characters. The third and last teaser is a quick character panorama for each individual who will accompany the gamer throughout the game adventure.

The Nintendo 3DS version has a big difference from the PlayStation4 counterpart. In Nintendo 3DS version, there is a 16-bit style map overlay on the bottom screen and a 3D game visual world in the top screen. PS4 version has a lower-end graphics and visual effects. More information about the features of the game will be revealed during the 30th anniversary for Dragon Quest starting December 29, 2016.

On the other hand, according to GamenGuide, 'Dragon Quest Builders' was awarded in the recently concluded PlayStation Awards held in Japan. The game got 'User's Choice Award' and 'Gold Prize Award'. The game got two of the major awards and as such, they set to do a sequel for the said game. 'Choice Award' is based on the reviews by gamers while 'Gold Award' is based on the sales revenue.

The 'Dragon Quest Builders' is not as popular as the other games, however, because of its great critics, players wanted to get a sequel of the game. Square Enix has not confirmed any official release of the game's sequel but at least they are aware that a lot of fans are eager for the new version.Noriyoshi Fujimoto and Kazuya Niinou, both the producer and director respectively revealed that they wanted to give a good and equal game to the players. Meanwhile, "Pirate of the Caribbean" star, Johnny Depp faces a big financial crisis.

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