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Beloved PlayStation action RPG set to land on Steam after 7 years

Angharad Redden

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Beloved PlayStation action RPG set to land on Steam after 7 years

Featured Image Credit: Square Enix, Valve

Despite launching on PlayStation and mobile back in 2016, one much-loved sandbox RPG is finally making its way to PC and Steam.

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Dragon Quest Builders is an adventure RPG that combines the action elements of Dragon Quest with the construction and exploration elements of Minecraft. With cute characters to make, a realm to rebuild and a villain to vanquish, you will have plenty to do and it will now be available for PC players as of 13 February.

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The news comes courtesy of Square Enix who revealed Dragon Quest Builders would be making its way to Steam next month with the new edition of the game receiving “upgraded crafting features” as well as the Terra Incognita DLC pack. Additionally, with Dragon Quest Builders 2 now also available, new players can get their handles on a bundle that features both entries. For those who already own Dragon Quest Builders 2, you will be able to grab its predecessor for a discounted price.

The block-building RPG had a well-received sequel with Dragon Quest Builders 2 sitting at a “very positive” rating on Steam. With the ability to “explore, battle, build and harvest” in a group of up to four-players, fans were soon calling the game a “guilty pleasure”.

“Think Minecraft but with a strong storyline and actual objectives,” read one review. Another said, “This game has a really good, emotional story. It’s weird at first but it’s worth it to be patient. This game reminded me of Minecraft combined with old Zelda.”

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“Quite easily my favourite open world survival crafting game,” one Steam user wrote. “Having objectives in this kind of genre really helps keep the interest in playing. I love that building stuff almost always serves some kind of purpose. If there's ever a DQB3, I'll be there for it.”

Dragon Quest Builders will be available on Steam on 13 February 2024.

Topics: PlayStation, PC, Steam, Minecraft

Angharad Redden
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