Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age launches for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam this September, and those who reserve the PS4 version ahead of its release will get a few extra goodies with the game. Square Enix has revealed pre-order bonuses for Dragon Quest XI, which will vary depending on where you purchase the title.
Those who reserve the title from GameStop will receive a set of eight exclusive buttons, featuring the game’s main cast of characters. On top of that, players will also receive a pair of in-game bonuses: the Elevating Vest and a pack of three Seeds of Skill.
The Elevating Vest is a piece of equipment that grants the character wearing it extra experience points after a battle. The Seeds of Skill, meanwhile, are consumable items that bestow an extra skill point on the character who eats them. You can take a look at GameStop’s pre-order bonuses below.
Dragon Quest XI is also available for pre-order from Amazon, and players who reserve the title there will receive a slighly different pack of in-game bonus items. Along with the aforementioned three Seeds of Skill, Amazon’s pre-order pack contains the Arriviste’s Vest, a “glitzy gold waistcoat” that awards players with extra money after a battle.
Dragon Quest XI launches for PS4 and PC on September 4. A 3DS version was released in Japan, but Square Enix confirmed that edition won’t be localized. Dragon Quest XI is also in development for Nintendo Switch, although that version won’t be available until “much later” due to technical reasons.
Now that Avengers: Infinity War is in theaters, Marvel Studios is wasting no time in getting fans ready for the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ant-Man and the Wasp is coming in just over two months, and a new poster has been released–with a trailer on the way. Warning: The rest of this story contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s best to stop reading right now.
It’s unclear exactly when in the MCU timeline Ant-Man and the Wasp is set–other than sometime after Ant-Man. That said, perhaps the trailer will shed a little light on whether it is being impacted by what happened in Infinity War. While it was explained that Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) cut a deal with the government to go home after Captain America: Civil War, he’s supposed to be under house arrest. There’s also that pesky thing where half of the universe turned to dust.
Still, based on the poster, it looks like those important to Scott remain intact–inducing Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), and Luis (Michael Pena). Where Hope is concerned, that’s especially important as she becomes the Wasp in this film–taking on the mantle originally held by her mother, Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer).
The poster also includes a look at the movie’s villain, Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen), as well as characters portrayed by Laurence Fishburne and Walton Goggins. Hopefully, the new trailer that’s releasing on Tuesday (May 1) will give more insight into their roles in the film.
While you won’t have to wait long for the trailer, which will hopefully include some answers, you’ll still have to wait until July 6 to see Ant-Man and the Wasp in theaters.