Dragon Quest 11 screenshot of the main character on horseback looking at a castle in the distance

Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age has been available in Japan for quite a while now, but soon it will be coming to the West as well, though on slightly different platforms. To be more specific, you can expect to see Dragon Quest 11 on PC and PS4 this September 4th, while the Switch version will be coming much later.

Besides English voice acting, the western version will bring with it a variety of additions and improvements: an overhauled user interface, a first-person camera, a dash ability in order to make exploration just a bit smoother, and the Draconian Quest - a hard mode designed for veterans of the series. How exactly the new Draconian Quest is going to function, I'm afraid we currently don't know, but it's still good to hear that Dragon Quest 11 will be getting a bit of extra replay value.

If you're wondering what all of this might look like in gameplay terms, allow me to share with you the most recent PS4 preview. The video is fairly lengthy and features everything from combat to dialogue, so you should get a pretty good idea of what Dragon Quest 11 is all about. Have a gander:

You can learn more about Dragon Quest 11, as well as follow any future updates, by heading over to either Steam or the official website.