Dragon Quest Treasures Rated for PC in Europe

The Pan European Game Information Board (PEGI) has listed a rating for a PC version of Dragon Quest Treasures. This title was previously identified for PC via Korea’s rating board in May of this year.

There has been no official comment from Square Enix about this game receiving a PC port. For those unaware, Dragon Quest Treasures is currently Nintendo Switch-exclusive. Still, it’d be highly appreciated to see it gree other platforms.

While Treasures played relatively well on Switch, it does have its share of frustrating performance issues. Hopefully, this PC port will be announced sooner rather than later so it can join Infinity Strash and Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince’s releases later this year.

Thanks to Gematsu for spotting this news.

Dragon Quest Treasures follows Erik and Mia, both prominent characters from Dragon Quest XI, with Erik even having been a party member.

However, in this title, these siblings are taken away from the Viking ship they normally reside in to a new world called Draconia, housing a myriad of treasures, including the Seven Dragonstones. Conveniently, Erik and Mia can communicate with the monsters here, allowing for integral cooperation regarding treasure hunting.

In case you missed it, check out our review of Dragon Quest Treasures.

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