Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition Screenshots showcase Draconian Mode options
Square Enix Japan has posted more screenshots for Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition, introducing some of the Draconian Mode options as well as describing the addition of voice acting. For Japanese players, both of these elements are brand new to the Nintendo Switch version, as neither were present in the original 2017 Japanese PS4 release.
However, there are a few new Draconian Mode options for English players too, such as a silly one where NPCs can just lie to you, or another challenge mode where you'll get a Game Over if the protagonist dies, even if the rest of the party is fine. Note that Draconian Mode options can always be turned off at the priest, but they can't ever be turned back on mid-game.
We've posted an English version list of the Draconian Mode options below, captured from the demo. The rest of the screenshots can be found in the gallery.
The screenshots also show the two different battle camera modes - these have no practical effect on gameplay and only change the perspective during combat.
Dragon Quest XI S is set to release for Nintendo Switch on September 27 worldwide. A lengthy demo is now available on Nintendo Switch eShop. You can find the E3 trailer and screenshots here, and other new feature screenshots from July 2019 here and August 2019 here.