Square Enix has revealed that Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai will be released this September.
More specifically, it hits PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC on September 28. Alongside this release date, Square Enix has released a new trailer showing off more of what to expect in this game set in the Dragon Quest universe.
Check out the new Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai trailer for yourself below:
Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai is a video game adaptation of The Adventure of Dai anime, which is based on a manga, which itself is based on the Dragon Quest game series. It is an action role-playing game that combines visuals from both the manga and anime of The Adventure of Dai, and it will feature a Story Mode and the Temple of Recollection. In the former, you’ll play through a standard campaign that adapts The Adventure of Dai, while in the Temple of Recollection, you can fight through a dungeon that changes with each playthrough.
“Beat the monsters that dwell within for exciting rewards that will help you take down enemies that grow stronger the deeper you go,” a press release from Square Enix reads. “Players can also collect and equip accessories known as Bond Memories, which augment the abilities and stats of the character they are equipped to. Additionally, each time a Bond Memory is unlocked, scenes from the original manga will be revealed. Bond Memories can also be further powered up by conquering the Temple of Recollection and its challenging ever-changing stages.”
Preordering the game on any platform will get you Dai’s special “Legendary Hero” outfit and the Bond Memory, “The Hero’s Tutor.” The digital deluxe edition of the game includes Popp’s special “Legendary Mage” outfit, Maam’s “Legendary Priest” and “Legendary Martial Artist” outfits, and Hyunckel’s “Legendary Swordsman” and “Legendary Warrior” outfits.
Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai began as a popular manga series written by Riku Sanjo and illustrated by Koji Inada in 1989. In 2020, an anime adaptation of this manga began to air, and now, Infinity Strash is a game based on that anime adaptation.
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