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Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai Launches Worldwide September 28th

Screenshot of Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai

After revealing the first look at the game back in September of last year and only giving us a vague release window of Fall 2023, Square Enix has finally announced that Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai will be launching on September 28th on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam worldwide this year. Preorders are also now available on most digital storefronts!

Along with the release date, Square Enix has also revealed what you get when you preorder Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai, as well as what is contained in the Digital Deluxe Edition. When you preorder any version of the game, you gain access to Dai’s Special “Legendary Hero” Outfit (which looks to be based on Dragon Quest III‘s hero), as well as early access to The Bond Memory “The Hero’s Tutor”, which provides bonus EXP. According to the preorder pages, this Bond Memory can be obtained later in the game as well, so those who don’t preorder don’t lose out on it. The Digital Deluxe Edition will be $15 USD more at $64.99 USD and will include special outfits for Popp, Maam, and Hyunckel!

Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai Screenshot

See below for an overview of the game from Square Enix:

The legendary DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai manga and anime arrives as an exhilarating action RPG!

Relive the events of the anime in INFINITY STRASH as you take charge of Dai and the Disciples of Avan in their battle against the Dark Army!

Bond Memories: These items recreate iconic scenes from the original manga. Earn and equip them to augment your abilities according to your playstyle.

Temple of Recollection: Play through over 100 room combinations in the endless dungeon, where monsters and traps change each time you enter.
Hack and slash through hordes of enemies to reach the final floor.


It has been many years now since The Hero restored peace to the land… In a world tormented by the forces of evil, a swordsman and his companions set out to defeat Hadlar, the Dark Lord.

On an isolated island in the southern seas, a boy named Dai lives among monsters, yearning to become a hero himself someday. Everything changes when the Dark Lord is revived.

With a new crisis facing the world, Dai makes a promise to his mentor, encounters new friends, and slowly learns about his own inescapable fate… This is the beginning of Dai’s adventure, and his quest to become a true hero!

Square Enix has also provided us with a brand-new trailer along with these new announcements!

Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai Release Date Trailer

Square Enix’s own news post about the release date also has a boatload more details about the game and its story and a FAQ of sorts. You can also visit the official site for even more!

Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai is looking to be a great time. The art style is transitioning very well into game form, and the action RPG gameplay is looking very smooth and fun! I’m sure this game will find its way into my backlog eventually. The only Dragon Quest game I’ve actually played to completion myself is Rocket Slime… But seeing how cool The Adventure of Dai looks makes me think I should reconsider looking into my backlog and picking up Dragon Quest again. There’s just so many to choose from in my ever-growing backlog…

One interesting thing I learned about The Adventure of Dai is that the original manga actually ran from 1989 to 1996 and that the current anime is actually the second adaptation of this manga! I just thought it was worth pointing out because it’s very cool to see a brand-new game get made for something much older than I expected!

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Alvin Lim

Alvin Lim

Alvin was a news editor who is desperately trying to ween himself off mobile games so he has more time to play console games again. If he's not clicking on Granblue Fantasy, he's either adding more RPGs to his massive backlog, or is taking over 100 hours on a single game in it. When not gaming, he is hanging out, traveling, or cooking with his partner.

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