Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince Asks Players Not to Post Spoilers of Post-Final Boss Content Until After January 2024

Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince Asks Players Not to Post Spoilers of Post-Final Boss Content Until After January 2024

Following the launch of Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince, Square Enix has shared a message to all players. The team has requested any who have played the game not to post content that takes place after the final battle in the Conqueror’s Keep. This includes the ending scenes and post-game stories.

However, after January 31, 2024, this will be an all-free game. Additionally, players are free to use any gameplay tools obtained after the Conqueror’s Keep.

You can view Square Enix’s full message on the matter below:

“As you gather your monsters and begin your journey, we kindly ask that you be mindful of other players’ experiences.

To help ensure everyone can enjoy Psaro’s adventure to the fullest, we ask that you refrain from posting content that takes place after the final battle in the Conqueror’s Keep, including the game’s ending sequence and post-game stories, until after 31st January 2024.

However, feel free to use monsters, items, talents etc. that become available after the final battle in the Conqueror’s Keep.

Now, go forth on your quest to become Master of Monsterkind.”

We are currently working on a review for Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince and will keep you all updated.

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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