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The Heroes You Know Take Stage in New Dragon Quest Heroes Trailer
I need a hero! Twelve of them to be exact.
08.28.15 - 11:04 PM

Square Enix has just revealed a new story trailer for Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below to give fans a closer look at the game's story and playable cast. The game stars captains of the Royal Guard, Luceus and Aurora, as they join forces with iconic characters from across the Dragon Quest series in order to restore order to the kingdom of Arba after a dark cloud has driven the once peaceful monsters into a frenzied rage.

Fans of the series will recognize a lot of the familiar faces from across the Dragon Quest series. The cast list includes Alena, Kiryl, and Maya from Dragon Quest IV, Bianca and Nera from Dragon Quest V, Terry from Dragon Quest VI, and Yangus and Jessica from Dragon Quest VIII. New characters to the series, Doric the King of Arba, and Isla the cunning Arba scientist, fill out the last 2 of the 12 playable characters. You can check out all their fancy moves in the trailer below.

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below is due out for the PlayStation 4 on October 13th in North America and October 16th in Europe.



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