The Nintendo Switch has been a hotly debated topic on the Internet since it?s amazing reveal video first went up on YouTube. People are generally worried that the console might become a failure just like the Wii-U, but just as many people are also hoping that the console does turn out to be a massive success.
But things are now starting to look up once again for the Nintendo Switch with a number of great (hopefully) titles getting ready for its launches. One of the latest Nintendo Switch Games joining the launch list is Dragon Quest XI for this upcoming 2017.
Dragon Quest XI
The big reveal came from a recent blog post from Nintendo?s official Japanese website. The post revealed that Dragon Quest XI is set to join Nintendo Switch?s list of games for 2017.
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However, this has only truly been confirmed for Japan. We still have to wait for a Western release of the game if they do plan to share it for the West as well.
But we can indeed be optimistic when it comes to waiting for a Western release for the game. This is because Square Enix had already promised before that they do have plans to support Western releases of the franchise this coming 2017. Producer Noriyoshi Fujimoto revealed in an interview with MCV that lower popularity of the Dragon Quest franchise in the West has motivated them to share their creation with a larger global audience.
Fujimoto stated:?2016 marks the 30th anniversary of Dragon Quest series. It?s not as well known in the West as we would like…If gamers were to ?discover? Dragon Quest now, they may be surprised…?
Dragon Quest XI officially has a release date set for March 2017 in Japan on three consoles. The Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, and the Playstation 4.?
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Stay tuned to?TheBitBag to learn when Dragon Quest XI?s Western release comes out!