Future DLC Planned for Dragon Quest Builders 2

Future DLC Planned for Dragon Quest Builders 2
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Dragon Quest Builders 2 is less than two months away and details have already been released for future DLC. Check it out…

Digital pre-orders of DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 on Nintendo Switch are open today, coming alongside the news that four packs of additional downloadable content will be available for the RPG adventure. To get all the DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 content as soon as it is released, it’s also possible to pre-order a digital bundle containing the main game and the Season Pass together.
DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 launches on 12th July 2019 with a suggested retail price of AU$79.95 / NZ$89.95 and will get one free DLC pack as well as three paid DLC packs after launch, with the first two packs released on 26th July. Each of the paid packs can be purchased separately, or together as a Season Pass (Price: AU$31.50 / NZ$34.65). These packs will offer various content such as new locations in the game, additional recipes, new quests and a variety of customisable options like clothes and hairstyles.

  • Hotto Stuff Pack (Release date: 26th July / Price: AU$9.00 / NZ$9.90): This pack includes more than 40 recipes to design and decorate structures that look similar to the Hotto Steppe – a popular resting area in a distant land where weary visitors can take a break from their travels. Players will also get access to an additional island to gather the materials they’ll need to build these recipes.
  • Aquarium Pack (Release date: 2nd August / Price AU$15.00 / NZ$16.50): Check the mailbox on the Isle of Awakening to discover a fishing island with a net full of quests and characters to meet. Learn how to catch 40 different fish that can be added to a DIY aquarium. Unlock the fishing rod as well as customisation options, including swimwear, straw hats and a ponytail hairstyle.
  • Modernist Pack (Release date: 9th August / Price: AU$15.00 / NZ$16.50): This pack includes more than 70 different recipes to construct modern-looking structures, or change hairstyles and clothing. Players can take their architectural skills to the next level by building a fashionable luxury hotel.
  • Knickknack Pack (Release date: 26th July / Price: Free): This free pack includes three recipes to create a Pretty Paddle, Celebratory Soup and Ornate Adornment so players can celebrate every New Year with some Hotto flair.

What’s more, a selection of in-game items are available as bonus content for those who purchase the game and/or Season Pass digitally. More details on the bonus items can be found on the respective product pages on Nintendo eShop.
DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 is the sequel to the acclaimed DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS, combining both RPG and crafting gameplay. Players gather materials to create things like weapons, buildings and even entire towns. On the Isle of Awakening, up to four Builders can explore together in local wireless or online play. Those who own the originalDRAGON QUEST BUILDERS for Nintendo Switch will be able to craft the Legendary Builder’s Outfit and the Dragonlord’s Throne.

Digital pre-orders of DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 on Nintendo Switch are open today. To get all the DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 content as soon as it is released, it’s also possible to pre-order a digital bundle containing the main game and the Season Pass together for AU$109.95 / NZ$119.95.

Source: Nintendo Australia PR