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Dragon Quest XI S: for Switch releases with Dragon Quest 1-3, Sept 27

Dragon Quest games ranging from the first to the third will be heading over to the Nintendo Switch.

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Jak Connor
Published Tue, Sep 17 2019 6:04 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

The long awaited launch of Dragon Quest XI S on the Nintendo Switch isn't almost upon us and as a surprise addition, Dragon Quest I-III will also be coming to the hand held console.

The announcement comes from the official Dragon Quest Twitter page who shared an image of the three titles with some of their respective game art. The image says that players will be able to "discover the three legendary RPGs that started it all!". The launch of these three older titles being on the same day as the latest Dragon Quest installment coming to Switch is clearly planned additional content for players who might want to eventually pick up the whole series on Switch.

In other news about Dragon Quest, 'Hero' who represents several of the different Dragon Quest protagonists has been invited to join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and is currently available to purchase and play. Check out more about 'Hero', and his massive impact in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate scene here.

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