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Dragon Quest XI: How Much it Costs

How Much Does Dragon Quest XI Cost?

Wondering how much Dragon quest XI costs? Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is finally coming west after only being available in Japan for the past year or so. The game is coming to PS4 and PC with a Switch release eventually coming, but we don’t have an exact date for that just yet. The game comes out on Sep. 4 and if you’re planning on purchasing the game from your local game shop or online retailer, then you should know that the retail price for Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is $59.99, just like most other AAA titles that come out for the PS4. If you’re a hardcore Dragon Quest fan though, then there is a special edition that you can nab from the Square Enix store that will run you a whopping $149.99. A pretty hefty price tag, but if you’re a super fan, it could be worth the cost.

The Edition of Lost Time contains a variety of goodies that will make any Dragon Quest lover jump for joy – here’s what’s included:

  • Companion Compendium – An art book with over 100 pages filled to the brim with designs, notes, and interviews.
  • 2-disc soundtrack set.
  • A 20″x 15″cloth map of Erdrea.
  • Steelbook Case.
  • The bonus DLC from the “Edition of Light” version of the game.
  • “Edition of Lost Time” bonus DLC.

Anyone who pre-orders the game from the online Square Enix shop will also get an exclusive Dragon Quest XI-themed lanyard. This “Edition of Lost Time” will be available on Sep 4, the same day that the game releases on PS4 and PC.

That’s all you need to know about how much Dragon Quest XI costs, but if you’re seeking additional information on the game other than how much it costs, or just some tips and tricks, then be sure to check out our ever-growing wiki guide on the game right here; it’s chock-full of handy information to get you through this massive JRPG.

Greysun is currently majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies. He's somehow played every Kingdom Hearts game more than once but somehow doesn't get the story. You can follow him on Twitter @greysun_morales if you like Nintendo-related posts that can sometimes be very comical.

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