Square Enix have announced that the first three Dragon Quest games in the long-running series will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on September 27th.
Dragon Quest I, Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line, and Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation will all be available to buy individually from the Nintendo eShop. There’s no word on price just yet.
Find out where it all began – the first three #DragonQuest games are coming to North America, and for the first time on console in Europe, on #NintendoSwitch!
The three games revolve around descendants of a legendary hero Eldrick with the era and setting for each game changing, as well as the titular character, simply called “Hero”.
The most recent game (excluding the quietly excellent Builders sequel), Dragon Quest XI, will also be coming to the Switch on the same day, September 27th. Dragon Quest 11 S: Echoes of an Elusive Age has a demo available now on the eShop.
If you’ve yet to get into Dragon Quest, you might be tempted to buy all four games later this year month, but beware: you may not see sunlight for a good few weeks/months.