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Peter Triezenberg
Dragon Quest XI Gets Special Edition PS4 and New 2DS XL Systems
Liquid metal slimes appear!
04.29.17 - 10:32 AM

The hype train for Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time keeps on chugging along, as both Nintendo and Sony have announced special limited-edition consoles based on the game. The "Loto Edition" PlayStation 4 console comes with a terabyte hard drive, Dragon Quest-themed hardware and controllers, a download code for a special PS4 theme, and a physical copy of the game with additional download codes for a "Vest of Happiness" and an "Upstart Vest". The "Liquid Metal Slime" New Nintendo 2DS XL also comes with a physical copy of the game with download codes for the DLC, as well as a code for a 3DS theme.

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Both of these special edition systems will launch alongside Dragon Quest XI in Japan on July 29th. The "Loto Edition" PlayStation 4 will cost ¥39,980, while the New Nintendo 3DS "Liquid Metal Slime" edition costs ¥22,480.






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