Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai: A Hero’s Bonds Celebrates Five Million Players With Story Update

Square Enix shared that Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai: A Hero’s Bonds has reached five million players across the iOS and Android platforms.

The game was released on September 28, 2021, as a free-to-play game and has reached this milestone across its global availability.

To celebrate, the game has launched new story content featuring the Dragon Master General Baran. Starting today, players can play Chapter 7 – Partings and Reunions. Further, limited-time Play to Your Strengths events is available, where players can obtain new playable Dai outfits.

Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai: A Hero’s Bonds has players set out on an adventure to defeat the Hadlar, the Dark Lord. In these times, many years have passed since The Hero has restored peace to the land, but a boy name Dai dreams of becoming a hero. Isolated on a small island and living amongst monsters, he gets word that the Dark Lord has been revived and decides that he’ll be the one to stop him.

Gameplay features different options, Dragon-Tracks and Bonding Journey. In Dragon Tracks, players can follow the original story of Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai, with returning characters and events. While in Bonding Journey, players will experience an all-new story written under the supervision of Riku Sanjo. This takes players to the world of Milladosia, which resembles the world in The Adventure of Dai.

The battle system features a three-lane system where players can attack using their party members. There are also co-op multiplayer options for up to three players.

In case you missed it, check out our preview coverage and the news of the manga coming west.


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