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Dragon Quest XI: How to Check Quest Log

How to Check the Quest Log in Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

The Square Enix-developed JRPG, 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 newest entry in the Dragon Quest franchise will be coming to PS4 and PC on Sep 4 with a planned Switch release on the horizon.

Like typical Dragon Quest fashion, Dragon Quest XI features a turn-based battle system as well as loads of side quests to complete in order to gain bonus rewards and experience. By speaking to people in towns around the world of Lotozetasia, you might be able to help a citizen out if they’re in need of your assistance. These side quests could vary from finding a specific item nearby, defeating a particular monster, or by speaking to other NPC’s. In Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, you’re able to partake in multiple side quests at the same time with no limits, allowing you to complete them whenever you like with no repercussions.

It might be difficult to keep track of and remember all of these side quests, which is where the quest log comes in. The quest log will show all of your active and completed side quests, allowing you to keep track of what you’re exactly doing. To open up your quest log, all you have to do is open up the menu with the triangle button and then go to miscellaneous. Just go over to the quest log and you’ll be able to see all of that information. You’ll be able to see what the next step of each quest is, and it’ll even give you a little description for how close to complete each one is.

For more tips and tricks on everything Dragon Quest XI, make sure to check out our ever-growing wiki guide on the game right here.

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