Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince Announces McDonald’s Japan Collab Featuring Food-Themed Monsters

Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince Announces McDonald’s Japan Collab Featuring Food-Themed Monsters

Square Enix has announced a collaboration with McDonald’s Japan for the recently launched Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince.

By ordering from the McDonald’s delivery app in Japan, you can receive some download codes for some monsters to recruit to your party in the game. The announcement video of this collaboration features three monsters: Burger Slime Stack, Flurry Imp, and Burger Mimic.

You can view the three monsters via our gallery below:

You can view the announcement tweet for the Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince McDonald’s Japan collaboration below:

In Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince, the demi-human protagonist, Psaro, was cursed by the ruler of the monster realm of Nadiria, also known as his father, making the youth incapable of harming any being with monster blood coursing through their veins.

To defy his fate, Psaro becomes a monster wrangler, amassing a sizeable monster following during his quest for vengeance. Additionally, he’ll make new allies, including the elf Rose and the enigmatic Toilen Trubble.

Combat will consist of eight party members, with four being active and another four being in reserves. Further, you can manually control your monsters’ actions every turn or set predetermined tactics to let the AI decide, like ‘Show No Mercy’ or ‘Focus on Healing.’

In battle, monsters can enter a frenzied state born from desperation in dire scenarios, enabling greater damage output and additional chances to perform an action. Players can also look forward to monster fusion and several season-based environments to traverse, each with their own creatures.

Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince is now available worldwide on Nintendo Switch.

free demo is now available via the Switch eShop.

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