Dragon Quest Monsters Dark Prince Release Date

If you want to know when the Dragon Quest Monsters Dark Prince release date is going to be, aka when the game is coming out, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to give you all the information on the launch date of the new Dragon Quest Monsters that we have, as well as the different versions you can purchase. Without any further ado, let’s get into it.

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dragon quest monsters dark prince release date
Dragon Quest Monsters Dark Prince Release Date

When is Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince Coming Out?

Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince is coming out on December 1st, and that release date comes straight from the official website. That means that there’s still a little time left for you to preorder a copy and get the bonuses (Head Start Set, Stardust Earrings x1, Scholar’s Specs x1, Bonus Ball x5). Keep in mind that the game will only be available on Nintendo Switch, as far as I know. Maybe they’ll port it in the future, who knows? What we do know is that there are two versions of The Dark Prince: Standard (sixty dollars) and Digital Deluxe (eighty-six bucks). The latter comes with Beastie Bites x10, Warrior’s Ring x1, Treasure Trunks, Coach Joe’s Dungeon Gym, The Mole Hole, and a bunch of outfits.

So, there you have it, that’s the release date of Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince. We don’t know when exactly the game is coming out in terms of the launch time; the Switch is always difficult to pin down when it comes to that. We’ll be sure to update the guide with more info if and when it becomes available. And if this is your first Dragon Quest Monsters and you don’t know what it’s all about, let us get you up to speed. It’s basically Pokemon but with the combat mechanics of Dragon Quest. So, you capture beasts and monsters of different sorts, and then you battle them against other people’s “pets.” That’s where the Dragon Quest turn-based combat comes in. And, of course, your creatures gather XP and level up, etc.

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