Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is making the jump over to Nintendo’s flagship console, complete with a handful of extra content. But if you’re expecting an update for the PlayStation version to make it an identical game, you could be heading for disappointment.
That’s because Square Enix are undecided if they’ll patch in the extras on to Sony’s finest, for a fee or otherwise.
The question was posed to the company by The Wall Street Journal, but it appears as though they’re still debating the facts. After all, players may be tempted to buy a second, more enhanced version of the game to go with their standard edition if the company restrains from offering the updates to every console. But what about the folks who only have one device – would they be willing to pay for the privilege? Should they have to pay for the privilege?
We’ll leave that debate to the people who are qualified in business studies. All we know is there are character specific side missions and a full orchestral soundtrack on offer for the Switch that we’d love to see universally available.
Would you like to extend your adventure in Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age? Or is one protagonist enough? Give us a one-size-fits-all kind of comment below.
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